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Bulletin No. 4. 

U. S. DEPARTMENT OE AGRICULTURE. 

. DIVISION OF PUBLICATIONS. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS 

w I'll I 

TITLES OF THEIB PUBLICATIONS 

APPJCAKING IN TUB DOCUMRNT8 OF THE 

U. S. DEPARTMENT OE AGRICULTURE, 

1S4 1 to L897. 

ltY 

GEO. F. THOMPSON, 
iniii in Chargt of Document Section, Division of Publications. 

Qnder direction <>i 

GEO. WM. HILL, 
Chief of Division of Publications. 




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WASHINGTON: 

— (.< » v 1. 1; \ M I. \ T PRINTING I'll ('!■:, 

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LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL. 



U. 8. Department of Agriculture, 

Division of Publications, 
Washington, D, 0., June 27, 1898, 
Silt: I have the honor to transmit for publication as Bulletin No. i 
of the Division of Publications an Index to Authors with Titles of 
their Publications Appearing in the Documents of the Department of 
Agriculture from 1841 to 1897, inclusive; the agricultural reports pub- 
lished previous to L862 as a part of the Patent Office reports being 
considered for the purposes of this work as agricultural reports. This 
index was prepared by Mr. George P. Thompson while assistant in 
charge of the document section of this Division, but it is due to him 
to say that while it thus appears properly, as the title-page shows, 
under the direction of the chief of this Division, the greater part of 
the work was actually done by Mr. Thompson outside of the regular 
business hours, and both the suggestion and the plan of the work are 
largely his own. 

The difficulties experienced by this Division during the past two 
years in its effort I" answer all inquiries relating to the Department 
publication- give assurance <>t t he usefulness of the present publication 
and invite further effort in the direction of index work. 
Very respectfully, 

Geo. Wm. Hill, 
Hon. .1 LMES Wilson. Chief. 

s< on hi rii of Agriculi 



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LIBRARY FLORIDA AORlCDIffDllB 
EXPERIMENT STATION. **** 



PREFACE. 



In the Document Section, where requests for publications receive 
attention, a constant necessity exists for indexes of all series of the 
Department publications. This necessity is all the more apparent 
since the Division of Publications, on taking up the work of the Docu- 
ment Section, determined upon the policy of replying specifically to 
every communication received. These requests came in all manner of 
forms — sometimes by the number of the document, sometimes by its 
title, sometimes by the author's name, and sometimes by vague refer- 
ence to the subject-matter. This catalogue of authors and their titles 
is the outgrowth of this necessity, but of course it only partially 
answers the requirements of complete reference books of the Depart- 
ment publications. 

Although a conscientious effort has been made to include every 
author and his title, except the brief and unimportant letters appearing 
in the earlier agricultural reports, the hope can hardly be indulged 
that the catalogue is free from errors of omission: however, the hope 
is indulged that the errors are so few as not to impair its usefulness. 

There is in the documents issued by this Department a vast amount 
of literature which bears no signature. There are many such articles 
in the annual reports and the reports of the Statistician. Of course 
such articles are not mentioned in an author's catalogue. Neither can 

proper credit be given here to a large amount of the work done on the 
Experiment station Record and the seven volumes of Insect Life. 

The plan of the work is to give a synopsis only where it is necessary 
to explain what is not clearly shown in the title. Somtimes snoh a 

title could not be IVamed. ami in other instances there evidently was 

no effort to give the article a proper heading. 

Previous to 1862 the agricultural reports were published as a part <>f 
the Patent Office Reports, but in this work, as in previous indexes, 

they are all considered as Agricultural Reports. 

a kc\ to the abbreviations used in the references is given. Articles 
which are without heads are supplied by myself, and are indicated by 

being inclosed in brackets. 

Gbo. v. Thompson. 



LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS. 



kg Agriculture. 

Agroa Agrostology. 

B. A. I Bureau of Animal Industry. 

Biol. Surv. .Division of Biological Survey. 

Bot Botany. 

Chem Division of Chemistry. 

Cont Contributions. 

Cot Cotton. 

I Ms 1 )i senses. 

I )oc Document. 

Knt I division of Entomology. 

lint. ( lorn. . .11. s. Entomological ( lommis- 
sion. 

E. S. R Experiment Station Record. 

Ex Executive. 

F. 15 Farmers' Bulletin. 

Fiber Office of Fiber Investigations. 

For Forest r\ . 

For. Mkts.. .Section of Foreign Markets. 

II House of Representatives 

I lei- it Herbarium. 

I. I, insect Life. 

inquiry. 

Irriu.it ion. 



in., 
Ji i i 



Jour. .My col Journal of Mycologj 

6 



Lib Library. 

Misc Miscellaneous. 

Mo Monthly. 

Mo.W.B Monthly Weather Review. 

X. A. Fauna North American Fauna 

Nat National. 

n. s new series. 

O. F. S Office of Experimenl Stations. 

0. and M Division of Ornithology and 

Mammalogy . 

Path Pathology. 

Pom Pomology. 

Pnbs Division of Publications. 

Rpt Report. 

S Senate. 

S series 

Soils Division of Soils. 

Spl Special. 

Stat Statistician. 

t . s technical series. 

Fun urn I 'nn mill tend. 

Veg Vegetable. 

W. B Weather I'.ureau. 

W. R Weather 1,'eview 

^ . r> Vearbook. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS WITH TITLES OF THEIR PUBLICATIONS. 



Abbe, Cleveland. 

The International Conference [meteorological]. Alt. Bpt. L891, 
pp. 626-631. 

Instrumental corrections: methods of reduction; resulting accu- 
racy. Kpt. Chief W. B., 1891-92, pp. 37-48. 

Determination of the true amount of precipitation and its bearing 
on theories of forest influences. For. Bui. No. 7, pp. 175-186. 
1893. 

The marine nephoscope and its usefulness to the navigator. W. B. 
Bui. No. 11. pt. 1, pp. 161-167, illus. 1894. 

The meteorological work of the U. S. Signal Service. L870 to L891. 
W. B. Bui. No. 2, pt. i', pp. 232-286.. 1S95. 

Abbott, L. S. 

Potato culture in Lake Comity, Ohio. Ag. Kpt. 18G5, pp. 295-299. 

Aids to cattle feeding. A- Bpt 1866, pp. 211-215. 

The turnip -Varieties— Where to grow turnips— Effects of transplanting — 
Size from differenl sowings— Keeping quality of the Russian turnip — Fod- 
der— Quantity and quality — Time for sowing, with results— How o> cut 
and cure. 

Adams, F. G. 

Agiimlt ore in common schools. Misc. Spl. Kpt. No. '••. pp. 1 7 l-ls;. 
1885. 

Adams, Mrs. L. B. 

Farmers' boy-. A--. Bpt. L863, pp. 307-313. 

Affleck, Thomas. 

Report on (arm crops, etc., iii Mississippi. A.g. Bpt. L849, pp. 
L52 167. 

Aiken, D. Wyatt. 

The grange: Ete origin, progress, and educational purposes. Spl. 
Bpt No. 55, pp. L8. L883. 

Paper read before a convention called by the Commissioner of Agriculture 
January 23, i vv :;. to consider the subject of agricultural education. 

The grange: Its origin, progress, and purposes. Misc. Spl. Kpt. 
No. 2, pp. 56 64. L883. 

Aitken, John. 

Observations of atmospheric dust W, l». Bui. No. 2, pt 3, pp. 
734 754, illus. L896. 

Albert, Prince of Monaco. 

The creation of meteorological observatories on islands connected 
i>\ cable with a continent W. B. Bnl. No. 2, pt L, pp. 158 160. 
L894. 

7 



8 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Aldrich, J. M. 

Notes of the season from South Dakota. I. L., vol. 4. pp. 67, 68. 
1891. 

Spraying without a pump — preliminary notice. I. L., vol. 7. pp. 
114. 115. 1894. 

^otes on the insects of North Idaho. I. L„ vol. 7. pp. 201, 202. 
1894. 

Spraying without a pump. TCnt. Bui. No. 2, n. s..pp. 28, 29. 189C. 

Aldrich, W. S. 

Engineering experiment stations. O. E. S. Bui. No. 41. pp. 116-118. 

181)7. 

Alexander, E. P. 

The destructive forces of hurricanes and the conditions of safety 
and danger. Mo. W. R., vol. 24, pp. ir>;}-150 illns. 18§6, 

Allen, A. B. 

Swift's cast iron grain, coffee, and spice mills. Ag. Rpt. 1847. op. 
542, :>43. illns. 

Salt and fresh water marsh hay. Ag. Rpt. 1876, pp. 296-296. 

Allen, Charles. 

j Report on larm crops, etc., in Rhode Island. | Ag, Rpt. 1850, pp. 
475- 478. 

Allen, E. W. 

Leguminous plants for green manuring and for feeding. F. B. No. 
16, pp. 24. 1894. 

\ review of recent work on dairying. E. S. H., vol.5, pp. 943-971 
1043-1069. 1894. 

Che feeding of farm animals. P. B. No. 22, pp. 32. 1896. 

I >airv work at the experiment stations. E. S. R., vol. 8, pp. ;».">9-3C>7. 
1896. 

Allen, H. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Wisconsin. | Ag. Rpt, I85i, pp. 
168-460. 

Allen, H. N. 

Diseased among Korean cattle. 8th and 9th RptS. 15. A. 1.. j)]). :>79, 
380. 1893. 

Allen, J. F. 

Remarks on the grape disease of Europe. A.g. Rpt. 1864, pp. 311, 
312. 

Allen, Lewis F. 

Improvement on Dative cattle. A.g. Rpt. 1866, pp. 294 320, illns. 
The Introduction <>i purr foreign breeds of cattle — The value and Importance 
of our aeal cattle Increase of our neal oattle Presenl consumption of 
beef cattle in tin- I uited States [ncreaseof freight in our cattli — Pro- 
tended bistorv or tin- Shorthorns American Shorthorns— Their adapts 
lion to our climate and soils- Not to be recommended everywhere— How 
our native cattle are to be Improved Now bulls should it" kept for breed" 
Ing purposes The importance of using thoroughbred bulla How stock 
should be bred and reared Preparing stock for fattening A comparison 
of profits Milch oo we The proper selection of bulls for breeding Breed 
iu^ thoroughbred Shorthorns Management ol the bull— Economy In fat- 
tening cattle. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. tJ 

Allen, Lewis F. — Continued 

The Shorthorn breed of cattle. Ag. Rpt. 1875, pp. 416-42G, illus. 

Considered with reference to the beef and dairy interests of the United 
States — The Shorthorns — Our beef expoitations — The Shorthorns for dairy 
purposes. 

American live stock. Mo. Rpt. 187G, pp. 403-413. 

Allen. Morrill. 

[Report on farm crops.] Ag. Rpt. 1848, pp. 358-361 

Allingham, William. 

The forecasting of ocean storms, and the best methods of making 
such forecasts available to commerce. W. 1>. Bui. No. 2, pt. 1, 
pp. 150-158. 1894. 

Allston, R. F. W. 

Bice crop of South Carolina in 1849. Ag. Rpt. 1849, pp. 305-307. 
Rice culture [in South Carolina]. Ag. Rpt. L850, pp. 323-325. 
[Report on farm crops, etc., in South Carolina. | Ag. Rpt. L851, 
!>]). 316-318. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in South Carolina.] Ag. Rpt. 1852, 
pp. 87-89. 

Rice. Ag. Rpt. 1854, pp. 153-159. 

Introduction into the United States— Cultivation — I rarvesting — The cr<>]>- of 
1854 — Tables Bhowing comparative export of rice from Charleston, L853 
and 1854. 

Alvarez, Manuel. 

[Report on farm crops, etc, in New Mexico. | Ag. Rpt. L 851, pp. 
489-492. 

Arvord, C. T. 

On potato disease. Ag. Rpt. 1848, pp. r>(> < .»-r>7- > . 

The manufacture of maple sugar. Ag. Rpt. 1862, pp. 394-405. 

Alvord, Henry E. 

The dairy herd : Its formation and management. V. B. 1894, pp. 

295-316. 
The manufacture and consumption of cneese. Y. B. L895, pp. 

453-474, illus. 

Growth <»!' the industry— Manufacture :ind composition of cheese— Inereas- 
in<^ the consumption <>f cheese Export trade of oheesc — Statistics of 
dairy interests <»!' Canada -The manufacture of Bkira oheese in America 
Oleomargarine cheese Ways to improve the trade in cheese Necessity of 
classifying and branding cheese -Legislative safeguards. 

I low to select good cheese. B. A. 1. < lire. No. 1 1. pp. 1 1 . illus. 1896. 

statistics of the dairy. (Compiled from the United States census 
for L890and from other reliable sources, with explanatory notes. 
B. A. I. Bui. No. 11. pp.53, illus. L896. 

[Presidential address before the Association of American A.gri 
cultural Colleges and Experiment Stations.] O, E, s. Bui. No. 30, 
pp. 20-41. L896. 

The dairy herd : Its formation and management. P. B. N<>. 55, pp. 
24, L897. 
Reprinted from Yearbook foi L894. 



10 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Alvord, Henry E.— Continued. 

List of officials aud associations connected with the dairy interests 
in the United States and Canada for 1897 B. A. I. Circ. Xo. 18, 
pp. 8. 1897. 

( i < nn.i ir> or butter factories: Advantages, location, organization, 
and equipment. 12th and 13th B. A. I. Bpts.. pp. 297-31G, illns. 
18<>7. 

Alwood, "William B 

Tests with insecticides uDon garden insects. Ent. Bui. Xo. 13, pp. 
3S-47. 1887. 

Report on Ohio insects. Ent. Bui. No. 13. pp. 48-o3. 1887. 

Strawberry leaf-beetle (Paria aterrinea), strawberry root-borer (Grapaopa 
pubescens), strawberry crown-borer (Tyloderma fragarice). plantain curcu- 
lio (Macropa sp.)j a new oat fly ( 0«oi»wi sp.), cabbage plant-louse (Aphia 
bras8icen), cabbage worms (Pluaia brasaica and Pieria rupee), corn aphis 
(Aphia iniiidis), clover seed midge (Cecidomyia leguminicola), May beetle 
Lachnosierna ftuea Pteromalua puparum and Avantelea alomeratua. ^\pun- 
teles congregatua. 

Report <>n experiments with remedies against the hoplouse. Ag. 
Rpt. L888, pp. 102-111, illus. 

Insecticides— Machinery used in applying insecticides— Field trials of snray 
machines — Local efforts made to destroy the hoplouse. 

List of horticulturists of the agricultural experiment stations in 
the I'nited States, with an outline of the work in horticulture at 
i he several stations. (). B. S. Bui. No. I, pp. 27. 1889. 

Standard fittings for spray machinery. I. L.. vol. 4, pp. 58, 59. 
1891. 

A note on remedies for the horn fly. I. L., vol. 4, pp. 68,09. 1891. 

Is cooperation tor the control of San .lose scale practicable 1 Ent, 

I lul. No. 6, n. 8., 80-84. 1896. 

Ambler, John C. 

Letter on cost of raising corn. Ag. Rpt. 1817.]). 401. 

An c rum, H. 

On wool mattresses. Ag. Rpt. 1847, pp. 509-512. 

Wool mattresses tin- besl material and the only one that oughj to be need 
for bedding for all ages and all ranks— Mode of making a wool mattress 

Flannel manufactures of wool — Home market tor wool. 

Anderson, E. H. 

[Beporl on cotton insects. | Oot. Insects, pp. 352-356. 1879. 

Report upon the cotton worm in south Texas in the Bpring and 
early summer of L883. fait. Bui. No. 3, pp. 31-38. Ls.s;;. 

Entomological report. 1th Bpt. Ent. Com., pp. 37- 18, appx. lv. 
1885. 

Anderson, F. W. 

The pastoral resources of Montana. Ag. Rpt. 1888, pp. 311 324, 
illus. 

Mining and stuck raising — General features of Montana Climate Native 
grasses I onoluding remarks. 

Brief notes on a lew common fungi of Montana. Jour. Mycol., vol 
5,pp 30 32. L889. 

Notes [on the fungi of Helen;;, Montana]. Jour. Mycnl., vnl. 5, pp. 
82 si. 1889. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 11 

Anderson, F. W.— Continued. 

A preliminary list of the Erysiohea* of Montana. Jour. Mvcol. 
vol. 5, pp. 188-194. 1889. 

Notes on certain Urediuea; and Ustilagine;e. Jour. Mvcol., vol. 0, 
pp. 121-127. 1891. 

Anderson, F. W., and J. B. Ellis. 

A new Ustilago from Florida. Jour. Mvcol., vol. (I, pp. 110.117. 
1891. 

Anderson, F. W., and F. D. Kelsey. 

Brysipheae upon Phytoptus distortions. Jour. Mvcol.. vol. 5, pp. 
209,210. 1889. 

nderson, James. 

Rotting hemp. Ag. Rpt. 1849, pp. 330. 331. 

Anderson, T. J. 

Experiments .n determination of* moisture and ether extract. 
Ohem. Hnl. No. 28, pp. 93,94. 1890. 

Report on food and feeding stall's low in carbohydrates. Uhem. 
Bid. No. 35, pp. 127-135. 1892. 

Andrews, C. C. 

The sugar beet in Sweden. Mo. Rpt. 1872, pp. 133-137. 

Statistics of agriculture in Sweden and Norway. .Mo. Rut. L873, 
pp. 250-263. 

Rotation of crops in Sweden. .Mo. Rpt. 1873. pp. 363,364. 

Agriculture in Italy. Ag. Rpt. 1876, pp. 283-287. 

The condition and needs of spring wheal culture in the Northwest. 

Spl. Rpt. Xo. 40, pp. 01. 1882. 

European roads. Road [nq, Bui. No. 2. pp. s, 9. isoi. 

Angley, Samuel, and C. A. White. 

Artesian wells upon the Great Plains; being the report of a geo : 
logical commission appointed to examine a portion of the Great 
Plains east of the Rocky Mountains, and report upon the loeali 
ties deemed mosl favorable tor making experimental borings. 
Cnnnm. rpt., pp. 1-3.5. L882. 

Angot, M. Alfred. 

Cload photography. W. B. Bui. No. 2, pt. :>. pp. 769-772. L896. 

Angnera, Don Pablo. 

[Remarks on cotton in Spain.] Ag. Rpt. L856, po. 265, ink;. 

Antisell, Thomas. 

Reporl of the Chemist, Ag. Rpt. L866, pp. 15-51. 
Mineral and raetallurgic analysis. 

Cultivation of cinchona in the United States. Ag, Rpt. L866, pp. 

lol 172. 

Report of t he < Miemist. Ag. b'pt. lsu7. pp. ;;i 57, 

A 1111M1 11 1 ofsugai and molasses produced in the United States in i v »-" Bugar 
consumption in Europe in tbe year 1865 Hi production and colo 

nial sugai entries in Europe in 1865 Europenn beel Bugur production for 
three vean ending 1866 White Silertian red top wiiii. • sn. 
top white Madgeourg Castelnandrj yellow amount of juice yielded 
Specific gravity ofjuice Percentage of sugar Remarks ol European proc- 
<»i manufacture Remarks on tbe obemical composition <>f tb< 



12 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Antisell, Thomas— Continued. 

Greensand marl as a manure. Mo. Ept. 1867, pp. 368-370. 
Report of the Chemist. Ag. Kpt. 1868, pp. 89-77. 

Greensand marls — Their position and geological relation — Greensand of Del- 
aware — Mails from Virginia and Maryland — Action and value of greensand 
marls — Native phosphatie manures. 

Report of the Chemist. Ag. Rpt. 1869, pp. 65-79. 

Sumac, wines, soils, marls, natural fertilizers, sweet potato. 

Value of sewage deposit of the city of Washington. Mo. Rpt. 
1869, pp. 228-230. 

Report of the Chemist. Ag. Rpt. 1870, pp. 91-107. 

drachis kypogea — Ground nut— Peanut — Residue from alum springs— Coal — 
Gypsum — Marls : Their use and influence — Beet sugar — Western or 
"alkali" soils— Meat extract — Indian foods. 

Applegate, Jesse. 

[Report on farm crop, etc., in Oregon.] Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp. 468- 
474. 

Aquilar y Santillare, Rafael. 

Brief sketch of the development of meteorology of Mexico. W. B. 
Bui. No. 2. pt 2, pp. 335-338. 1895. 

Aren, F. 

| Report on farm crops, etc., in Cass County, Illinois.] Ag. Rpt 
1848, pp. 540, 541. 

Arenz, Fr. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Illinois. | Ag. Rpt. 1851, p. 443. 

Armsby, H. P. 

Is a digestion experiment fallacious I (). B. 8. Misc. Bnl. No. 3, 
pp. 80, 90. 1801. 

Digestion experiments — recent work abroad. O. E. S. Misc. Bol. 
No.3,pp. 132-137. 1801. 

Armstrong, H. J., jr. 

| Report on the commerce of (irenoble, France.] For. Mkts. Bo]. 
No. 3, pp. 50-52. 181)5. 
Wheal and Hour — Meats. 

Arrhenius, J 

Alsike clover. Ag. Rpt. 1865, pp 352-355. 

Arthur, J. C. 

Pear blight [Micrococeus amylovorus). . Ag. Rpt. 1886, pp. 125-12!). 

Ashbuiner, C. E., jr. 

Oar highways: Their construction and maintenance. Road [nq. 
Bui. No. LI, pp. 32-34. L805. 

Macadamized roads. Road [nq. Bol. No. L7, pp. 31-34, L805. 

Ashby, Newton B. 

[Report on the commerce of Dublin, Ireland.] For. Mkts. Bnl. 
No. hpp. 1 45 153. 1805. 

Ashley, J. B. 

Report on farm crops, etc., in Illinois. | Ag. Rpt I860, pp. 402- 

l.)i. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 13 

Ashmead, William H. 

Report on insects injurious to garden crops in Florida. Ent. Bui. 
No. 14, pp. 9-29. 1896. 

Cabbage plusia (Plusia brassica), cabbago plutella (Plutella crucift varum), 
cabbage aphis (Aphis brassica'), list of other insects found on cabbage in 
Florida, corn worm (Heliothis armiycr), mining tly (Diaatata sp. ?), other 
corn insects, tomato worm (Sphinx Carolina), tomato-stalk borer (dorlyna 
nitela), tomato aphis (Meyoura solani \ t eggplant aphis (Siphenoph&ra cueur- 
bita), insects affecting the tea plant, bean cutworm (Telerilla cinereola), 
squash l»ug (Anasa tristis), squash borer ( I-Jndioptis nitidalis), sqnash-vine 
borer (Milittia ccto), melon borer (Eudioptis Ityalinata), melon-plant louse 
(Aj)his citntlli). 

Report on an outbreak of the army worm, and on some other insects 
affecting grain in Maryland. I. L., vol. 3, pp. o3-57. 1890. 

An encyrtid with six-branched antenme. 1. L., vol. 3, pp. 45 j- 
457, illus. 1891. 

A new spider parasite. I. L., vol. G, pp. 259, 200. 1894. 

Notes on cotton insects found in Mississippi. 1. L., vol. 7, pp. 
25-29, 240-247, 320-320. 1894. 

Ashton, C. J. 

lieport of the chief of the Seed Division. Ag. Bpt. 1890, pp. 
151-154. 

Assmann, R. 

The balloon ascensions of November 14, 1890. Mo. \V. R., vol. 24, 
pp. 457, 458. 1890. 

Atherton, G. W. 

[Presidential address before the Association of American Agricul- 
tural Colleges and Experiment Stations.] O. E. S.. Misc. BuL 
No. 2, pp. 05-78. 1890. 

Atkinson, Edward. 

Egyptian cotton. Mo. Rpt. 1807, pp. 417-420. 

Suggestions .for the establishment of food laboratories in connec- 
tion with the agricultural experiment stations of the United 
States. O. E. S. Bnl. No. 17, pp. 20. 1893. 

Suggestions regarding the cooking of food. Tunum. rpt.. pp. .11, 
illus. L894. 

Atkinson, G. F. 

Note on a cotton cut worm. I. L., vol. 1, p. 31. L891. 
Note on a nematode leaf disease. I. I... vol. 1. p. 31. L89x. 

Anthracnose of cotton. .lour. Mycol., vol. (>, pp. 173-178. illus. 
1801. 

Diseases of cotton. O. B. S. liul. No. .'>;), pp. 279-310, illus, lS'.iti. 

Atwater, W. O. 

Recent progress in agricultural M-ience. Mo. Rpt 1*7 I. pp. 20-37. 

Agricultural experiment stations in Europe. Ag. Rpt l^7.">, pp. 
517-524, 

Growth of the experiment stations How (bonded And tnpported Rerenuee 
and working roroe Revenue! of Prussian experiment stations — Equip 

uiout and locution of stations. 



14 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Atwater, W. O. — Continued. 

Agricultural experiment stations in Europe. Mo. Rpt. 1876, pp. 
466-474. 

Continued from page 524, Annual Report of 1ST.".. 

Fertilizers. Cooperative experiments as ;i means of studying effects 
of fertilizers and the feeding capacity of slants. Uimum. rpt.. 
pp. 33. 1881. 

Cooperative experiments as a means of studying the effects of fer- 
tilizers and the feeding eapaeity of plants. Unnum. rpt., pp. 
27-37, in "Proceedings." 1882. 

Results of field experiments with various fertilizers. Unnum. rpt., 
pp. 183. 1883. 

Report of the Director of the Office of Experiment Stations. Ag. 
Upt. L888, pp.537-558. 

Establishment and first work of the Office of Experiment Stations — Publi- 
cations contemplated — Work of investigation — < reneral statements — Origin 
and development of agricultural experiment stations in the United States — 
List of agricultural experiment stations in the United States. 

Report of the Director of the Office of Experiment Stations. Ag. 
Kpt. L889, pp. 485-644. 

introduction — Operations <>f the Oilier of Experiment Stations — Work of 
the year — Publications of the Office of Experiment 8ta1 ions — Publications 
in course of preparation — Collection of statistics and historical data- 
Work for the coming year — The indication of special lines of inquiry to be 
pursued by the stations — The work of the stations — Some features of the 
work of the California stations — Fertilizers — The wants of different soils- 
Official examinations of fertilizers — Fertilizer analysis— Improvement in 
commercial fertilizers— Home-mixed fertilizers — Ashes as a fertilizer- 
Field experiments with fertilizers— Soil tests by farmers— Differences in 
soils and crops as to plant food needed — Potash in fertilizers — Potash on 
the blue-grass soils of Kentucky — Tests of varieties— Alfalfa— Silos and 
silage — Experiments in swine feediug — ( lot ton-seed hulls and meal as feed 
in^- stuffs — Better cows for the dairy — Dairying— Butter making— I Iream- 
eries — SwA testing— Hardy fruits — The dehorning of cattle — statistics of 
the stations — Lines of work pursued at the stations— List of agricultural 
schools and colleges in the United states — Agricultural colleges recently 
organized — Farmers' institutes — Growth and status of the experiment sta- 
tion enterprise in the United States — Difficulties and dangers— Promise of 
success of the experiment station enterprise, 

The what and why of agricultural experiment stations. P. 1>. No. 
i. pp. 16. L889. 

Report of the Director of the Office of Experimeni stations. A.g. 
Bpt. L890, pp. is:)-:,;,;,. 

Introduction— Operations of the Office of Experiment stations — work of 
the y< ai Special features of t ho work of the coming year I he indication 
of lines of inquiry to be pursued by the stations— Representation of the 
experiment stations at the World's Columbian Exposition in 1893 Statis- 
tics of the stations Stations recently organized — Lines of work pursued 
l,y the stations— Illustrations of station work — Corn — Wheat — Cotton 
io t ii< mis plants The acqulsiti f :i t lnospheric nitiouen hy plants 

l ceding experiments— Simple methods of testing milk The agricultural 
colleges and experiment station^ Agricultural colleges recently organ- 
ociation of American Agricultural Colleges and Experiment 
ons I lie teaching of experience regarding the work of t he stations — 
List of publications of the office of Experiment stations— List of agri- 
cultural schools and colleges in the United States. 

Work of the agricultural experimeni stations. F. B. No. 2, pp. 10. 
L890. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 15 

Atwater, W. O. — Continued. 

| A report of the annual meeting of the German Association for the 
Advancement of Science.] B. 8. K\. vol. 3, pp. 207-212. 1801. 

Experiment stations in Holland. B. 8. if., vol. ~>. pp. 669-675. 
£94. 

Food and diet. V. B. L894, pp. 357-388, illns. 

Definition of food and economy — The actnal nutriment of food and its cost — 

Nutritive ingredients of food — Cheap and dear foods — Digestibility of 
food — The fitting of foods to the needs of the body — Standards of daily 
dietaries — Dietary standards for men at muscular work — The food of peo- 
ple in business and professional life— 1 dietaries of laboring people — Pood, 
work, and wages in the United .States and in Europe— The nutrition of 
the workingman and his elevation— Food of people with scanty nourish- 
ment— Nutrition and working power— The body of a machine — Errors in 
our food economy — Purchase of needlessly expensive kinds of food — Waste 
of food — The food of the poor— Need of research. 

Methods and results of investigations on the chemistry and 
economy of food. O. B. S. Bui. No. 21, pp. 222, illns. L895. 

Pood and its present use for nutriment — Composition of food materials— The 
digestibility of food — Preparation of food (cooking)— Use of food in the 
Uody -Metabolism of energy (income and outgo of body) — Pecuniary 
economy of food— Food consumption — Standards for dietaries— Minus in 
our food economy. 

foods: Nutritive value and cost. P. \\. No. 23, pp.32, illns. 1895. 

Atwater, W. O., and C. F. Langworthy. 

A digest of metabolism experiments in which the balance of income 
and outgo are determined. O. B. S. Bui. No. 45, pp. 434. ls!)7. 

Atwater, W. O., and Charles D. Woods 

The chemical composition of American food materials. < ). B. S. 
Bui. No. 28, pp. 17. illns. L896. 

Comments on the dietary studies at the University of Tennessee. 
(). B. 8. Bui. No. 29, pp. 33-45. L896. 

Comments on the food investigation at the University of Missouri, 
(). B. S. Ilul. No. 31, pp. 21-24. L806. 

Comments on the dietary studies ai Purdue University. <>. B. s. 
Bui. No. 32, pp. 23-28. L896. 

Dietary studies with reference to food of the negro in Alabama in 
L895 and 1890. O. B. 8. Bui, No. 38, pp. 69, illns. L897, 

ondncted with the cooperation of the Tuskegee Normal and Industrial 
Institute and the ^gri cultural and Mechanical College of Mabaraa Com 
position of Alabama fowl materials— Description of samples of food mate- 
rials The investigations a1 ruskegee Details of dietarj Btudies— D 
■ion of result i 

Dietary studies in New York City in L895 and L896. < >. B. 8. Bui, 
No. 16, pp. 117. L898, 

Atwater, W. O , Charles D. Woods, and F. G. Benedict 

Reporl of the preliminary investigations on the metabolism of 
nitrogen and carbon in the human organism, with a respiration 
calorimeter ol special construction. O. B. B. Bui. No. 1 1, pp. 64, 

illns. L897. 

Atwood, Geo. W. 

The Bruits of Florida, kg. Etpt L867, pp. l i<> 1 17. 



16 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Austin, Amory. 

Bice: Its cultivation, production, and distribution in the United 
States and foreign countries. Stat. Misc. Kpt. No. 6, pp. 7n. 

181)3. 

Avery, Giles B. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in New York.] Ag. Kpt. 1849, pp. 
99-103. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in New Vork.| A.g. Kpt. 1850, pp. 
426-429. 

Babcock, S. M. 

Report on dairy products. Chem. Bui. No. 35, pp. 7-20. 1892. 

[Presidential address before the Association of Official Agricul- 
tural Chemists. J Chem. Bui. No. '3S y pp. 3-5. 1893. 

Babinet, M. 

Methods in use in France in forecasting Hoods. W. I>. Bui. No. 2, 
pt. 1, pp. 94-101. 1894. 

The best means of finding rules for predicting Hoods in water 
courses. YV. B. Bui. No. 2, pt. 1, pp. 142-149. 1894. 

Bacon, William. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Massachusetts.] Ag. Kpt. 1847, pp. 
352-3(12. 

Paragraphs on the season — wheat crop, barley, oats, rye. buckwheat, corn, 
potatoes, hemp, and flax, tobacco, silk, sugar, rotation of crops, root 
crops, pease, orchard, dairy, farm animals, poultry, and eggs, bees, manure, 
wages of labor, etc. 

[Report on (arm drops, etc., in Massachusetts.] Ag. Kpt. 1848, pp. 
350-357. 

| Report on farm crops, etc., in Massachusetts.] Ag. Kpt. L849, pp. 

88-9;;. 

| Report on farm crops, etc., in Massachuset bs.] Ag. Kpt. I860, pp. 
:;<)(>-ms. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Massachusetts.! Ag. Kpt. 1851, pp. 

Mil 109. 

| Report on farm crops, etc., in Massachusetts.] Ag. Bpt, 1852, pp. 
150-153. 

Bacot, William S. 

| Address on road improvement. | Road Inq. Bui. No. L0, pp. 15-49. 
L894. 

Bagt-', Aaron. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Massachusetts.] Ag. Kpt. 1850, 
pp. 11 1,415. 

Baier, Julius. 

Low pressure in St. Louis tornado. Mo. W. K., vol. 24, pp. 332, 333, 

1890. 

Bailey, G. E. 

| Report on geology of South Dakota west of the Missouri River, 
and of Wyoming east of the Rocky Mountains, with reference to 
artesian wells for irrigation.] S. Ex. Doe. No. 222, pp. 0*5-70. 
L890. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 17 

Bailey, Isaac H. 

Leather production of America, lth and 5th Rpts. B. A. I., pp. 
419-426. 1869. 

Bailey, James S. 

On some of the Xorth American CossidaB, with tacts in the life 
history of Cons us centerensis. Ent. Bui. No. 3, pp. 19-55. 188.). 

Bailey, L. H. 

Sketch of the relationship between American and Eastern Asian 
fruits. Y. B. 1894, pp. 437-442. 

Some interrelations of climatology and horticulture. W. 15. Bui. 
No. 11, pt. 2, pp. 431-435, illus. 1895. 

The improvement of our native fruits. Y. B. 1890, pp. 297-304. 

Instructions for taking phonological observations. Mo. W. K., vol. 
24, pp. 328-331. 1890. 

Bailey, Vernon. 

Report on some of the results of a trip through parts of Minnesota 
and Dakota. Ag. Rpt. L887, pp. 426-454, illus. 

Notes on some of the spermophiles and pocket gophers of the 
Mississippi Valley. Ag. Rpt. 1892, pp. 185-193, illus. 

Spermophiles — The striped prairie Bpermophile (Spermophilus tridecemlinea- 
tns) — Franklin's Bpermophile (S. franklini) — Richardson's Bpermophile (S. 
richardeoni) — Pocket gophers — Gray pocket gopher i Thomomys talpoides) — 
Red poekel gopher I Geomyt bursarius i— Methods of <1»-m roying prairie dogs, 
spermophiles, and poekel gophers — Trapping— Poisoning. 

The prairie ground squirrels, or spermophiles, of the Mississippi 

Valley. O. and M. Bui. No. I, pp. 69, illus. 1893. 

The pocket gophers of the United States. O. and M. BuL No. 5, 

pp. 17. LlluS. IS!!."). 
Bain, Alexander. 

1 Report on the commerce of Port Hawkesbury, Nova Scotia.] For. 
Mkts. Bui. No. 4, |>. 54. L895. 

Baird, S. M. 

[Report oil farm crops, etc., in New Mexico.] Ag. Rpt, 1851, pp. 
483-488. 

Baird, Spencer F. 

On the ruminating animals of North America and their suscepti 
bility of domestication. Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp. 104-128, illus. 

Barren-ground reindeei i Taranduo arotiaus), woodland cariboo | /'. ha$tali$) t 
European reindeei I T.furotfer), moose deer Hoes americana), A.mericao 
elk (Elaphus canadensis), mule deer [Cervus maorotit), black tail deer 
' . letrieii . Long tail deer [C, lencurus), common deer (Virginia deer) 
(C. cirginianus), Rocky Mountain goal Capra americana), prong-horn 
antelope (Antilooapra americana), musk «>\ (Ovibos moechatus), big horn 
(mountain sheep Otis Montana . buffalo Bison american 

The origin of the domestic turkey. Ag, Rpt L806, pp. 288 290. 

Baker, F. P 

Preliminary report of the forestry of the Mississippi Valley. 
Unnuin. rpt., pp. 3 36. L883. 

Forestry. Misc. Spl. Rpt. No. 2, pp. 181 201. L883, 

The value and management <>i the timber lands of the United 
Slates. Misc. Spl. ttpt, No. 5, pp. 17 22. L884. 

21713— No. 1 2 



18 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Baker, F. P. — Continued. 

Report on the condition of forests, timber culture, etc., in the 
Southern and Western States. Kpt. Forestry, vol. 1. pp. 105-118. 
1881. 

Report bv States respecting their forest condition. Kpt. Forestry, 
vol. 4, pp. 181-197. 1884. 

Report on the lumber and wood trade in certain States, Kpt. For- 
estry, vol. 4, pp. 11)8-245. 1884. 

Baker, R. 

Best breeds of cattle adapted for the general fanner of the West- 
ern States. Misc. Spl. Kpt. No. 2, pp. 1)5-98. 1883. 

Baldwin, Albeit N. 

[lieport on farm crops, etc., in Connecticut.] Ag. Kpt. 1851, pp. 
177-179. 

Balestier, J. 

[Keport on farm crops, etc., in Tennessee.] Ag. Rpt. 1848, pp. 
521, 522. 

Ball, H. L. 

Tornado at Eagles Mere, Pennsylvania, June 27, 1892. Mo. W. K., 
vol. 20, p. 309. 1892. 

Ballard, William J. H. 

[Report on the commerce of Hull, England.] For. Mkts. Bui. No. 
l'pp. L03-105. 1895. 

Animals, cereals, dairy products, meats, cotton products, tobacco, fruits and 
nuts. 

Balthorpe, J. L. 

[Keport on farm crops, etc., in Virginia.) Ag. Kpt. 1852, pp. 
101-104. 

Bane, William H. 

Keport of the Superintendent of the Document and Folding Kooin. 
Ag. Kpt. 1893, pp. 409, 410. 

Keport of the Superintendent of the Folding Room. Ag. Kpt. 
1894, p. 215. 

Bangs, John, jr. 

[Keport on farm crops, etc., in Iowa. | Ag. Kpt. 1818, pp. 551-553. 

Barcena, Mariano. 

The climate of the City. of Mexico. W. B. Bill. No. 2, pt. 3, pp. 
601-411. L896. 

Barker, S. A. 

j Keport on farm crops, etc., in Ohio. | Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp. 401-403. 

Barnard, W. S. 

Experimental tests of machinery designed tor the destruction of 
the cotton worm. Bnt. Bui. No. 3, pp. 39-48. 1883. 

Machinery and devices tor the destruction of the worm |cottoli 

worin|." 4th Bpt. Bnt. Com., pp. 191-321, illus. L885. 

Barnes, Almont. 

Report on t lie agricnlt lire of Smith A inerica, with maps and latest 
statistics of trade. Stat, Misc. Kpt. No. 2, pp. 189, illus. 1892. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 19 

Barret, J. 

On the cultivation of the gooseberry to secure it -from the scab. 
Ag. Kpt. 1847, pp. 472-474. 

Barrows, Walter B. 

The food of crows. Ag. Bpt. 1888, pp. 498^5*5. 

Distribution of the crow — Injury to Indian corn, wheat, and other cereals — 
Injury to other cereals than corn — Damage to crops — Other vegetable food 
of the crow — The distribution of noxious seeds — The crow as a destroyer 
of the eggs and young of poultry and wild birds — Destruction of the eggs 
and young of poultry — Destruction of eggs and young of wild birds — 
Insect food of the crow — The crow as an enemy to grasshoppers—] >o crows 
cat potato beetles ! — The insect food of the crow as revealed by examina- 
tion of stomachs — The crow as an enemy to held mice and other small 
quadrupeds — Miscellaneous animal food of the crow — The crow as a scaven- 
ger — Pood of the fish crow — Summary of evidence from all sources — Results 
in detail of the examination of the stomachs of the common crow (Corvu* 
emericanu8) — Results in detail of the examination of stomachs of the lish 
crow i Corrus ossifragus). 

The English sparrow [Passer domesticus) in North America, espe- 
cially in its relation to agriculture. O. and M. Bui. No. 1, pp. 
405,illus. L889. 

Seed planting by birds. Ag. Kpt. 1890, pp. L>80-285. 

Economic ornithology. Ag. Bpt. 189U, pp. 193-197. 

Food of the horned larks, or shore larks | Otoooris) — Summary. 

Food habits of tin' kingbird, or bee martin. Ag. Kpt. 1S93, pp. 
233,234. 

The present status of the San Jose scale in Michigan. Knt. But 
No. 9, n. s.. pp. L'7-1'9. 1897. 

Notes on the malodorous carabid Womius pygmwus. Knt. Bui. No. 
9, n. s., pp. 19-.").;. L897. 

Barrows, Walter B., and E. A. Schwarz. 

The common crow of the United States. O. and M. Bui. No. 6, pp. 

98. 1S9.-,. 

Bartholomew, E. S. 

Report on farm crops, etc., in Madison County, New York.] A-. 

kpt. 1848, pp. 101-111. 

Bartholow, Perry. 

[Report on the commerce of Mayence, Germany.] For. Mkts. Bui. 
No. 2, pp. 79-s;;. t896. 
animals, cereals, dairy products, meats, ootton, tobacco, fruits, liquors', Mtods. 

Bartlett, J. M. 

Report on nitrogen. Ohem. Bui. No. 13, pp. 136-141. 1891. 

Report on nitrogen. Ohem. Bui. No. 17. pp. l oi »— l li. 1896. 

A modification of the Babcock method and apparatus foi beating 
milk and cream. Ohem. Bui. No. 19, pp. 104- L06. L897, 

Bartlett, J. M. ( and H. A. Huston. 

Soil solvents for available potash and phosphoric acid. Ohem. Bui 

No. 19. pp. 91-96. 1897. 

Bartlett, Levi. 

Wheat growing in Ne* Hampshire. a.g. Rpt. 1862, pp. 96 loi. 
The IntrodaotioD <>i vrintei irheat Into toil Motion of Ne* Hampshire — 

I'.' aided \\ inter \\ luat— Smut ami . Q< 



20 l . s. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Bartlett, S. M. 

Letter <>u cost of raising' wheat and coin.] Ag. Rpt. 1847, pp. 
406,407. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Monroe County, Michigan]. Ag. 
Rpt. 1849, pp. 544, 545. 

Barton, A. H. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in New York.] Ag. Rpt. L852, pp. 
205-208. 

Barus, Carl. 

Report on condensation of atmospheric moisture. Rpt. Chief W. B. 
1891-91'. pp. 526-528. 

Report on the condensation of atmospheric moisture. \Y. B. Bui* 
No. 12, pp. 104, illus. 1895. 

Barwick, J. A. 

The electric storms of California. Mo. W. ft., vol. 25, pp. ~>'->\K 540. 
1897. 

Bateham, M. 

Abstract of the farm crops of Ohio lor 1847. Ag. Bpt. L847, pp. 

Bateham, M. B. 

Dyer's madder (Rubia tinctoria). Ag. Rpt. 1847, pp. 456-460. 

Successful cultivation of madder in < )bio — Directions for cultivating madder. 

Bates, G. Hubert. 

Marine plants: Their uses, with a brief account of the curing of 
Irish moss. Ag. Rpt. L866, pp. 423-430. 

Analysis of the ash of three species — Carrigeen, or Irish, moss (Chondrua 
crispua) — Its range — Gathering and caring— Its uses. 

Bates, William W. 

Ship timber in the United States. Ag. Bpt. L866, pp. 17U-497. 

The properties of ship timber— Kinds of ship timber used in the United 
States -First class or standard — Mixed woods— Firsl class, in various 
parts of vessels—] ►escripl ion of ship timber tor t he various parts of a ves- 
sel — Mean specific gravity, weight, and shrinkage of green North Caro 
Una white oak, live oak, and yellow pine cut in each month of tin- year 
The cutting and making of snip timber — Ike waste of wood in making 
timber — Bight-squaring timber recommended — The price for ship timber 
'flu- supply of ship timber — The underwriters' rules Limiting the selection 
olf ship Win ber — The structure and growth of trees -The preservation of 
ship timlx l from rot -Salting vessels' frames. 

Battle, H. B. 

Report on potash'. Chem. Bui. Nb.31,pp. 1 1 1 I is. L891. 

On the loss of moisture in bottled fertilizer samples when closed 
villi cork. Chem. Bui. No.31, p. L59. L891. 

The effects of liner grinding in the preparation of fertilizer samples. 

(Iieiu. Bul. No. :;i. pp. LGO-162. L891. 

Batuioni, G. 

A September norther on the Mexican coast. Mo. \Y. EL, vol. 20, p. 
252! L892. 

Bauer, C. E. 

Is Texas a wine land I Mo. Bpt. L868, pp. 161, 162. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 21 

3each, Horace. 

Statistics on the practical work of boring artesian wells. Uunum. 
rpt., pp. .'33-37. illus.. in ••Artesian wells upon the Great Plains." 
1882. 

Keport on artesian wells. S. Ex. Doc Xo. 222, pp. 141-144. 1890. 
Beach, Samuel. 

[Keport on farm crops, etc.. in Connecticut.] Ag. Rpt. 1852, pp. 
166,167. 

Beal, E. A. 

Importance of static electricity in Weather Bureau work. \Y. 15. 
I5.il. No. 18, pp.39-42. L896. 

Beal, F. E. L. 

Food habits of the cedar bird (Ampelis cedrorum . Ag. Rpt. 1892, 
!»]). L97-200. 

Tlie crow blackbirds and their food. V. B. 1894, pp. 233-248, illus. 

I reograpfiic range— < Observations regarding the diet of the crow blackbird — 
Examination of stomach contents— Various articles of bird diet— Grains 
and fruits as blackbird food—- Seeds as bird food— Food of the young- 
Summary. 

Preliminary report on the food of woodpeckers, o. and M. Bui. 
No. 7, pp. 7-33, illus. 1895. 

The meadow lurk and Baltimore oriole. Y. 15. 1895, pp. 419-430, 
illus. 
Pood for the meadow lark — Food tor the Baltimore oriole. 

The blue jay and its loud. V. B. L896, pp. 197-206, illus. 

General remarks— Examination of stomach contents— Insect food— Veg ta- 
ble food — Experiment on a blue jay in captivity —Summary. 

Borne common birds in their relation to agriculture. F. B. No. 54, 
pp.40, illus. 1897. 

Beal, W. H. 

Barnyard manure. P. B. No. 21, pp. 32, illus. 1894. 

Convention of Association of Official Agricultural Chemists, 1896. 
B. S. i;.. vol. 8, pp. 272-278. 1896. 

Tenth annual convention of the Association of American Agricul- 
tural Colleges and Experiinenl stations. B. 8. L\. vol. 8, pp. 541 
558. is: m;. 

Eleventh annual convention of the Association of American Agri 
cultural Colleges and Experiment stations. B. S. If., vol. 9, pp. 
303-320. L897. 

Convention of Association of Official Agricultural Chemists. B. 
s. EL, vol. 9, pp. 104-41 I. L898. 

Beal, W. H , and J. B. McBryde. 

Ohemistrj of cotton. O. E. 8. Bill. No. 33, pp. 81-142. 1896. 

Beaty, Thomas A 

[Report on Southern rarm crops.] Ag. Rpt. 1850, pp. 288, 

[Report on farm crops, etc., ill South Carolina. J Ag. Rpt. 
p. 91. 



22 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Beatty, A. 

Sheep husbandry in Kentucky. Ag. Rpt. 1845, pp. 1013-1016. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Ohio.] Ag. Rpt. 1848, pp. 525, 526. 

Beaumont, Mayall. 

Gooseberries. Ag. Rpt 18G0, p. 497. 

Bebber, W. J. van. 

Present condition of the weather service; proposition for its 
improvement. W. B. Bui. No. 2, pt 1 , pp. 34-67. 1894. 

Beck, Lewis C. 

Report on the breadstuff's of the United States, their relative value, 
and the injury which they sustain by transport, warehousing, 
etc. Ag. Rpt. 1848, pp. 245-273. 

Second report on the breadstuff's of the United States made to the 
Commissioner of Patents. Ag. Rpt. 1849. pp. 49-82, ill us. 

General remarks upon the value of our breadstuff's — Adaptation of the soil 
and climate of the United States to the culture of the cereals — Export of 
sophisticated and damaged llour — Injury sustained by hreadstutl's during 
their transport and shipment — Kilndrying of breadstuffa and exclusion of 
air — Nutritious properties of various articles of food — Composition of wheal 
and wheat Hour, and the various modes of determining their nutritive 
value — Weight of wheat as an index to its value — General conclusions from 
the analyses of wheat llour — Results of the analyses of wheat and wheat 
Hour made in various States during the year 1849 — Table exhibiting the 
composition of various samples of American and foreign wheat llour. 

Beckett, S. B. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Maine. | Ag. Rpt. 1850, pp. 291-295. 

Beckwith, M. H. 

Practical notes on the use of insecticides. I. L., vol. 3, pp. 269-275. 

1891. 

Notes on a corn crambid. I. L., vol. 4, p. 42. 1891. 

Beehler, W. H. 

Relation between toe oarometric pressure and the strength and 
direction of ocean currents. W. B. Bui. No. 2, pt. I, pp. 177-185. 
chart. 1894. 

The origin and work of the division of marine meteorology. W. 15. 
Bui. No. 2, pt. 2, pp. 221-232. 1895. 

Behn, F. W. 

| Remarks on cotton in Sicily.] Ag. Rot. 185*;. pp. 286-288. 
Bellet, Daniel. 

Agricultural development of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Rpt, Stat. 

1891. pp. 197-201. 
Bellet, Henry P. du. 

[Report on the commerce of Rheims, France.] For. Mkis. Bui. . <>. 
3, pp. 52-67. L895. 

Fresh meat, animals and meat, wheat, fruit, liquors, tobacoo, cotton, dairy 
products. 

Bellevoye, M. A. 

Observations on Monomorium plumuniis. I. L., vol. 2, pp. 239-233. 
L890. 

Belmont, August. 

[Remarks on cotton in Netherlands.] Ag. Bpt L856, pp. 296-298. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 23 

Benedict, F. G., W. O. Atwater, and Charles D. "Woods. 

• Report on the preliminary investigations on the metabolism of 
nitrogen and carbon in the human organism, with a respiration 
calorimeter of special construction. O. E. S. Bui. No. 44, pp. 64, 
illus. 1897. 

Benedict, James S. 

[Report on the commerce of Moncton, New Brunswick.] For. M kts. 
Bui. No. 4, pp. 50, 57. 1895. 

Beneke, H. 

[Report on the commerce of Flensburg, Germany.] For. Mkts. Bui. 
No. 2, pp. 60-63. 1895. 

Bennet, R. H. 

| Report on farm crops, etc., in North Carolina.] Ag. Rpt. 1850, pp. 
368-370. 

Bennett, J. B. 

Report of the Appointment Clerk. Ag. Rpt. 1895, pp. 265, 266. 

Report of the Appointment Clerk. Ag. Rpt. 1896, pp. 267-269. 

Report of the Appointment Clerk. Ag. Rpt. 1897, pp. 225. 226. 

A statement as to the number of employees in the Department. 
H. Doc. No. 275, pp. 162. 1897. 

Bennett, Thomas. 

Report of experiments | entomological] at Fenton, New Jersey. Ent. 
Bui. No. 11. pp. 27-34. 
Testa of remedies. 
Benson, Benjamin. 

Urtiea whitlowi, a substitute for hemp. Ag. Rpt. L850, pp. 310, 311. 

Benton, Frank. 

Bees of great value to fruit and seed growers. I. L., vol. 4, pp. 
254-256. 1892. 

How far do bees flyl I. L., vol. 4, pp. 319-321. 1892. 

The Langdon nonswarming device. I. L., vol. 5, pp. 230-235, illus. 
L893. 

The apiarian exhibit at the Columbian Exposition. I. L., vol. <i. pp. 
242-247. 1894. 

The honey bee: A manual of instruction in apiculture. Ent Bui, 

No. 1, d. b., pp. 118, illus. 1896. 

Beekeeping. P. B. No. 59, pp. 32, illus. 1897. 

Bentz, Samuel. 

I in port an t improvement in preparing wheat and other grains For 

flouring. Ag. Rpt. Isit, |»j». .">7.'>. 374. 

The system ii t<> remove the bnm from the win -at berry previooi t<» grinding. 

Berckmans, L. E. 

Report of the Aonerican PomologfcaJ Society for New Jersey, kg. 
Rpt. L856, pp. 352-359. 

Bergami, Francis. 

Comparison of Pemberton's methods of phosphoric acid detenu 
nation with the official methods. Ghem. Bnl No. 13. pp. 97-100. 
L894. 



24 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Bergroth, E. 

Note on the water bug found by Ilev. J. L. Zabriskie. I. L., vol. 4, 
p. 321. 1892. 

Bernard, David L. 

[Report on farm crops, etc.. in New York.] Ag. Rpt. IS."")!?, pp. 
218-iiiiJ. 

Bernhisel, John M. 

[Report on farm crops, etc.. in Utah.] Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp. 1:92, 193, 

Berry, James. 

Proceedings of the second annual convention of the American 
Association of State Weather Services, with brief reference to 
former conventions. Mo. W. R., vol. 21, pp. 228-232. 1893. 

Bertelli, Timotheus. 

The discovery of magnetic declination made by Christopher Colum- 
bus. W. B. Bui. No. 2, pt. 2, pp. 486-492. 1895. 

Berthoud, E. L. 

Agricultural resources of Jefferson County, Colorado. Mo. Rpt 
1869, pp. 381-384. 

Beverly, Robert. 

Breeding and feeding of beef, and the supply of the market there- 
with. Misc. Spl. Rpt. No. 2, pp. 105-107. ' 1 883. 

Biard, L. 

Report on the true ash in products of cane sugar manufactories 
•incinerated with sulphuric acid. Chem. Bui. No. 31, pp. 77-80. 
L891. 

Bickett, Alexander. 

Butter making. Ag. Rpt. 1845, pp.983, 984. 

Bigelow, Frank H. 

Report on the relations of solar magnetism to terrestrial magnet 
ism and meteorology. Rpt. Chief W. B. L891-92, pp. 519-525. 

Notes on a new method for the discussion of magnetic observa- 
tions. W. B. Bui. No. 2, pp. 40; illus. L892. 

The connection between sun spots and the weather. Mo. \Y. R., 
vol.23, pp. 91, 92. L895. 

The periodic terras in meteorology due to the rotation of the sun 
on its axis. W. B. Bnl. No. 2, pt. 2, pp. 500-510, illus. 1895. 

Storms, storm tracks, and weather forecasting. W. B. Bui. No. 
20, pp. 87, illus. L897. 

The standard system of coordinate axes for magnetic and mete 
orological observations and computations. Mo. \v. R.. vol. 25, pp. 
201 ^01. L897. 

Meteorological observations made i<> determine the probable 
state <>f the sky at several stations along the path of the total 
eclipse of sun, May 28, L900. Mo. W. L\, vol. 25, pp. 394, 395. 
L897. 

Bigelow, W. D., and K. P. McElroy. 

L'epoit of investigations and analyses of canned vegetables. 
Chen,. Bui. No. L3, pt.8, pp. L022 L167. L893. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 25 

Billings, J. S., and Edward Curtis. 

Keport of results of examinations of fluids of diseased cattle with 
reference to presence of cryptogarnic growths. Dis. Cattle, pp. 
174-190. illus. 1869. 

Report of results of examinations of fluids of diseased cattle with 
reference to presence of cryptogarnic growths. Dis. Cattle, pp. 
156-170, illus. 1871. 

Bingham, W. J. 

[Report on farm crops, etc.. in North Carolina.] Ag. Rpt. L850, pp. 

:;7^-:577. 

Bird, W. N. D. 

Ergotism in Kansas. 12th and 13th Rpts. B. A. I., pp. 317, 318. 
L897. 

Birkheimer, William E. 

Sketch of the work of the Signal Service Bureau for the agricul- 
turist. I'nnnin. rpt., pp. 110-114, in "Proceedings." 1882. 

Sketch of the work of the Signal Service Bureau for the agricul- 
turist. Misc. Spl. Rpt. No. 0. pp. 191-196. 1885. 

Bissell, G. W. 

Shopwork instructional the Iowa State College of Agriculture and 
Mechanic Arts. Ames, Iowa. < >. B. 8. Bui. No. 20, pp. 05-07. 
1894. 

Bixby, William H. 

Report on wood creosote oil. For. Bui. No. l. pp. 99-103. 1887. 

Black, William J. 

[Report on the commerce of Nuremberg, Germany.] For. Mkts. 
Bui. No. 2, pp. 7l'-77. 1895. 

Animals, cereals, dairy products, canned meats, tobacco, frnits, alcoholic 
liqnors, seeds. 

Blackmar, O. B. 

[Repori on farm crops, etc., in Michigan. A.g. Rpt 1849, pp. 
1 18-186. 

Blackwell, Henry B. 

Beet Bugar in Maine, spl. Rpt. No. oi. pp. 26, 27. l - 

Blaisdell, F. E. 

Notes on the habits of some species of Ooleoptera observed in San 
DiegoGonnty, California. I. I-., vol. 5, pp. ;;;; 36, L892. 

Blanchaid, H. 

Woolgrowing, woo] depots, etc. A.g. Rpt. L849, pp. 244 251, 

\Vli:it the prevailing races I w li.it the average «r< ighl of fleece of different 
races f- Whal i> the cost «>t" keeping sheep throngh the year, pei !i 
What la the condition of thin branch <>i indnstrj I w here are yonr ra n 
kets I The effects produced "ii irool by keeping of she* p « >n washing and 
sheai Ing. 

Blaney, James V. Z 

A 1 1 ; 1 1 \ ms of prairie soil. A.g. Rpt. 1849, pp. 188 190. 

Elanford, W F. H 

Nulls on Bcolytidffi ami their food plants, I. L.,vol.6, pp. 260 
265. L894. 



26 U. 8. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Bleclynder, A. H. 

Bheea fiber. Mo. Rpt. 1870, p. 227. 

Blight, George. 

The value of the Guenon system. Misc. Spl. Rpt. No. 2, p. 233. 

1S83. 

Bliss, Edward. 

Territory of Colorado: Its soil — its climate — its mineral products 
and resources. Ag. Rpt. 1861, pp. 154-157. 

The great American desert — The pastoral region — Agricultural resources of 

( o I oraclo — Irrigation — The climate— Mineral products — Improvements. 

Blodget, Lorin. 

Agricultural climatology of the United States compared with that 
of other parts of the globe. Ag. Rpt. 1853, pp. 328-432. 

Forest cultivation on the Plains. Ag. Rpt. 1872, pp. 31G-332. 

The climate and cultivable capacity of the plains considered in regard to 
the ameliorations possible through greater production by forests— Propor- 
tion of rainfall thrown oil' in surface drainage. 

Blount, A. E. 

Improvement of the cereals. Unnum. rpt., pp. 104-107, in ki Pro- 
ceedings." 1$82. 

Blue, John H. 

I Report on farm crops, etc., in Missouri.] Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp. 1 !'.»- 
452. 
Boardman, Samuel L. 

Some outlines of the agriculture of Maine. Ag. Rpt. 1862, pp. 
39-59. 

The farm stock of Maine — The dairy — The hay crop, grass lands and pas- 
tures— The cereals- Fruit cultnre— Maple sugar and sirup Fish and lish 
breeding — Marine manures— Associative efforts and legislative action for 
the encouragement of agriculture. 

Slice]) husbandry In the West. Ag. Rpt. 1862, pp. 286-299. 
Summer management— Winter management. 

The climate, soil, physical resources, and agricultural capabilities 
of the State of Maine, with special reference to i he occupation of 
its new lands. Misc. Spl. Rpt. No. 3, pp. 60. 1884. 

The tidal lands and diked marshes of Nova Scotia and New Bruns 
wick. Misc. Spl. Ept. No. 7, pp. 33-61, illus. L885. 

Bodiker, T 

The German Empire. Mo. Rpt. L874, pp. 266-273. 

Geography and chorography — Climate — Soil- Land tenure -Tillage, live 
stock, etc.- -Forestry — Population Transportation and trade- Military 
e^t ablishraent — Taxal ion— Local government— Education. 

Bolley, H. L. 

( Iheese curd Inflation : its relation to the bacterial flora of foremilk. 

o. E. S. Bui. No.;;ii. pp. 78-82. L896, 

Bollman, Lewis. 

Indian corn. Ag. Rpt. 1861, pp. 262-288. 

The value of the corn crop The internal trade dependent on the corn crop — 
The oxpori trade ..i oorn and its products — The cultivation of torn as an 
exhausting crop considered in wh.it vvaj docs the cultivation of coin 
exhaust the s.ui ' Of the ad ion of mold in the production of crops Prom 
wh.it source do plants derive moisture in times of drought 1 How mold 
may best be restored bo the soil rhe different hinds of corn Theproper 

■ 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 • i r.i yu in _• seed imple nts Breaking up Harrowing Laying 

oil Planting- Cultivation- Cutworms Moles — Thinning ont — liar 
vesting. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 27 

Bollman, Lewis — Continued. 

The wheat plant. Ag. Rpt. 1862, pp. 65-95. 

The wheat region of the United states — The influence of railroads on wheat 
producing — The present and future market for American wheat — The best 
soils for wheat production — Cultivation — Harvesting. 

Cultivation of the sorghum. Ag. Rpt. 18G2, pp. 140-147. 

Genera] character of the soil — The number, quality, etc., of the specimens — 
The proper mode of growing the sorghum — What, then, constitutes a well- 
ripened sorghum cane? — How long may the cane he kept after being cut 
up? 

Report Oi agricultural statistics. Ag. Rpt. 1803, pp. 597-621. 

The plan adopted for the annual collection of the yield of the crops and The 
amount <>f farm stock, by the Agricultural Department, with a notice of 
tiiat in use in England and Prussia — The harvest in the several provinces 
of h'ussia — Tables of the amounts, etc., of the products of the loyal 
states — Table relating to farm stock — Tables of imports and exports and 
of the exports of the principal agricultural products from New York and 
their prices; of the receipts, shipments, ami prices of them at Chicago 
and New York; of the imports of wheat l>y Great Britain and of our 
exports of provisions; of hogs and cattle at Chicago, ami of the hog crop 
ami prices at Cincinnati — Chicago and Northwestern agriculture — Pork 
and cattle trade of Chicago — The pork packing of the West. 

The hop plant Ag. Rpt. 1864, pp. 07-110. 

Import of hops h.\ Great Britain — Export of hops by the United Stat* 
! nemies and diseases — Soil and manure — The location and management of 
(he hop grounds— Cultivation of the hop plant— Picking, drying, and 
packing. 

Report of agricultural statistics. Ag. Rpt. 18G4, pp. 564-605. 

Lei ier of the statist ician to the ( lommissioner of Agriculture— Tables show- 
ing the condition of the crops for 1864 — Summary for each State show ing 
the amount, the number of acres, and the value of each crop for 1864 
Tables show ing the number, price, and value of live Stock in each State — 
Imports and exports of New York Exports of Specie from New York and 
San Francisco — The national debt — The taxes on manufactures — Exports 
and prices of farm produce — Tables Bhowing the value of the curie 
Imports of foreign wool at New fork during the years L863and 1864 — Wool 
product of California — Wool product Of the Atlantic loyal States — Live 
stock for food — California wines. 

The industrial colleges: The nature of the education to be given in 
them; their several kinds and courses of instruction considered. 
Spl. Rpt. (milium.), pp. 24. L864. 

Silk cultivation. Ag. Rpt. 1872, pp. 304-316. 

Causes that made this condition favorable The pasl and present prices o( 
raw Hi Ik — The experience of other nations against large investments — The 
present condition of silk production in California — How best can silk 
cult ure be established here .' Directions for the experienced silk grower 
Atmospheric conditions- The mulberry plants— The silkworms— The pro 
duotion oi eggs — Buildings. 

Bolton, B. Meade. 

Report mi epidemic diseases among swine. 6th and 7th Rpts. B. 
A. I., pp.. 136 137. L801. 

Bond, Samuel, and John Pope. 

[Report <tn farm CTOD8, etc., in Arkansas.! A.g. Rpt. L849, pp. 

171 171. 

Bondurant, Thomas M 

[Report on farm crope, etc., in Virginia.] A.g. Rpt. 1851, pp. 301 - 
305. 



28 U S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Bonsall, Spencer. 

Tea: Its culture and manufacture; with directions for the soil, 
character of climate, etc., adapted to the culture of the plant in 
the Cnited States, from practical experience, acquired by a resi- 
dence of six years in Assam. Ag. Kpt. I860, pp 446-407, illus. 

Bonson, Joseph. 

| Report on farm crops, etc., in St. Croix County, Wisconsin.] Ag. 
Kpt. 1848, pp. 549^551. 

Bonynge, Frank. 

Tea cultivation — Assam, India. Ag. Rpt. 1850, pp, 170-179. 

Preliminary remarks— The inhabitants of the forest — The natives of Assam — 
Si.il tit for tea — Produce of the plant and age — Estimate <•!' expenses and 
returns on a cultivation of 1,250 acres — Tea culture in China— Introduction 
into America. 

Boone, William. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Tennessee.] Ag. Rpt. 1862, pp. 311- 
313. 

Booth, Edwin G. 

Report on farm crops, etc., in Virginia.] Ag. Rpt. 1861, pp. 311- 
314. 

Booth, James C. 

Practical value of the analysis of soils. Ag. Rpt. 1852, pp. 49-57. 

Booth. William L. 

[ Report on farm crops, etc., in Michigan.] Ag. Rpt. 1850, pp. 309, 
310. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Michigan.] Ag. Rpt. L852, pp. 284, 
285. 

Borgen, C. 

The international polar expeditions, L882-83. W. B. Bui. No. 2, 
pt. 2, pp. 469-485. 1895. 

Bos, J. Ritzema. 

Phytomyza affinis as a cause of decay in clematis. I. L., vol. (I, pp. 
92,93. lsii;;. 

Aphelenchus olesistus, a nematoid worm, cause of leaf sickness in 
begonia and asplenium. I. 1^., vol. (J, pp. 161-163. L893. 

Bosse, Eugene. 

Flax culture in the Northwest. Fiber Rpt No. I. pp. hi 13. L892. 

Flax culture in Wisconsin and .Minnesota. Fiber Rpt. No. 4, pp. 
43 Pi. 1892. 

Bossert, Frederick. 

Wine. Ag. Rpt. L863, pp.156-158. 

The manufacture of grape, blackberry, and other iVnii wines, on Gall's 
method, with ;■ few remarks <>u tin- cultivation <>!' the grapevine in 
Germany, Prance, and the United stairs. 

Bossin, M. 

On the gigantic sparry. Ag. Rpt. L 845, pp. 979, 980. 

Bourne, John H. 

System of farm accounts. Ag. Rpt. 1865, pp. 502 599. 

Inventor} of farm ntock, tools, etc., april I, L865 Journal Cash book- 
Corn field Carrol Onion* Beef account Grocer's account — Butcher's 
account , 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 29 

Bourne, Silvanus. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., hi Massachusetts.] Ag. Kpt. 1852, p. 
162. 

Bowhill, Thomas. 

Anthrax and Southern fever among California cattle. 4tn and 5th 
Rpts. B. A. L, pp. 413-150. 1889. 

Bowie, W. W. W. 

Prize essay on the culture and management of tobacco. Ag. Rpt. 
1841), pp. 318-321. 

Culture and management of tobacco. Ag. Rpt. 1807, pp. 179-184. 

SeleotioD and preparation of the soil — Transplanting the plants— Cultivating 

the plants — Cutting and curing — The old system of growing tobacco— The 
new system of growing tobacco. 

Bowlsby, George W. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Michigan.] Ag. Rpt. 1850, pp. 410, 
411. 

Bowman, John. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in $ew York. | Ag. Rpt. 1852, pp. 190- 
199. 

Boyce, Henry. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Louisiana. ] Ag. Rpt. 1847. pp. 389 
391. 

Boyd, S. S. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Indiana.] Ag. Rpt. L852, pp. 309- 
310. 

Boyer, C. B. 

Report on farm crops, etc., in Indiana. | Ag. Rpt. L852, pp. 290- 
293. 

Boyer, C. R. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Indiana.] Au. Rpt L850, pp. L62 

101. 

Boyesen, Otto H. 

| Report on the commerce oft tothenburg, Sweden,] For. Blkts. Bui. 
No. 8, pp. 86-91. 1896. 

Boynton, Henry. 

Spanish Merinos and their management. Ag. Kpt. L864, pp. 
L96-203, illus. 

Then antiquity — The demand for them Management of sheep in winter — 
Water Their food— Feeding turnips Feeding (Train— Regularity of feed- 
ing — Doeking lambs — Their management in summer. 

Brackett, G. B. 

Report of the Pomologist Ag, Rpt L897, pp. L47 L51, 

Bradford, L J 

The cult arc and management of tobacco. Ag. Rpt. 1863, pp. 8*2 91. 
Bemp culture. Ag. Rpt L863, pp. 91-95. 

Culture «>i seed Preparation of land- Putting in the crop Ripening and 
ban sating. 

Essay <»n the culture and management <»i tobacco. Mo. Rpt., .Ian. 
Feb., L864, pp. 26 30. 



30 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Bradley, J. N. 

Swine and fowl industry of Missouri, and annual loss by disease. 
2d Bpt. Li. A. I., pp. 418-423. L886. 

Cattle interests west of the Mississippi. 2d Bpt. B. A. I., pp. 

424-428. 1880. 

Bradley, R. 

A general treatise on husbandry and gardening, with a variety of 
curious cuts. Ag. Bpt. 1800, pp. 100, 101, illus. 

Brady, John P. 

[ Report on farm crops, etc., in Indiana.] Ag. Kpt. 1840, pp. 
194-190. 

Brady, Joseph. 

On chess in wheat. Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp. 050-652. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Indiana.] Ag. Bpt. 1852, pp. 
300-307. 

Brainerd, J. 

History of American inventions for cultivation by steam. Ag. 
Bpt. 1807, pp. 253-203, illus. 

Braman, Milton P. 

Agricultural education. Ag. Bpt. 1851, pp. 31-37. 

Branner, John C. 

Preliminary report of observations upon insects injurious to cotton, 

orange, and sugar cane in Brazil. Ent. Bui. No. 4, pp. 63-69. 

1884. 
Cotton caterpillars in Brazil. 4th Kpt. Ent. Com., pp. 49-54, 

appx. v. 1885. 

Branner, John C. 

Report on road making materials in Arkansas. Road Inq. Bui. 
No. 4, pp. 11. 1894. 

Branner, Joseph C. 

Cotton in the empire of Brazil: The antiquity, methods, and 
extent of its cultivation, together with statistics of exportation 
and home consumption. .Misc. Spl. Kpt. No. 8, pp. 7!>. 1885. 

Breakenridge, W. M. 

Resources of Maricopa County, Arizona. S. Bpt. No. 928, pt. 3, pp. 
131-434. 1890. 

Breed, Daniel. 

Recent inventions for insect destruction. Ag. Rpt. 1876, pp. 323 
325, illus. 

Brefeld, Oskar. 

Recent investigations of smut fungi and smut diseases. Jour. 
Mycol, vol. <i, pp. l-S, 50-71, 153-164. 18D0. 

Brewer, William H. 

Suggested experiments in breeding. O, B. B. Bui. N<>. 16, pp. 162- 

L64. L893. 
Suggested experiments in breeding. B. 8. R., vol. i, pp. 458-460. 

L893. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 31 

Brewster, James N. 

A plan for the use of eonviet labor. Road Iiiq. Bui. No. 10, pp. 7- 
9. 1895. 

Briggs, Lyman J. 

The mechanics of soil moisture. Soils Bui. No. 10. pp. 24, ill us. 
1897. 

Briggs, Lyman J., and Milton Whitney. 

An electrical method of determining the temperature of soils. 
Soils Bui. No. 7, pp. 15. 1897. 

Briggs, Lyman J., Milton Whitney, and Frank D. Gardner. 

An electrical method of determining the moisture content of arable 
soils. Soils Bui. No. 6, pp. 2b\ illus. 1897. 

Brillouin, Marcel. 

Winds and clouds. Mo. W. li., vol. 25, pp. 437-139, illus. lsi>7. 

Atmospheric electricity: Its origin, variations, and perturbations. 
Mo. W. B., vol. 25, pp. 440-412. 1897. 

Brobst, Joseph, and Admiral B. Miller. 

[Report ou farm crops, etc., in Iowa.] Ag. Ept. 1852, pp. 342-314. 

Brooks, Henry. 

| Report on farm crops, etc., in Texas.] Ag. Ept. 1851, pp. 3 13. 3 1 1. 

Brooks, Obed, jr. 

(Report on farm crops, etc., in Massachusetts.] Ag. Ept. 1850, 
pp. 331-333. 

Brown, A. G. 

[Remarks on sheep raising.] Ag. Rpt. 1850, pp. 305, 366, 

Brown, Cicero. 

| Report on the commerce of Havre. France.] For. Mkts. Bui, No. 
3, pp. 43-45. 1>:>.\ 

Animals, cereals, dairy products, meats, cotton, tobacco, fruits, Liquors, Beeds. 
Brown, E. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Ohio. | Ag. Rpt, L848, pp. 532-534, 

Brown. J. A. 

[Report Oil farm crops, etc.. in Alabama.) Ag, Rpt. L850, pp. 
159-462. 

Brown, J. N. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., ID Louisiana.! Ag. Rpt. L849, pp. 
L67-170. 

Brown, J. P 

Report nil the forests of Washington Territory. Rpt. Forestry, 
vol. 1, pp. 388-393. L884. 

Brown, Ryland T. 

Report of the ( Ihemist Ag. Rpt. L871, pp. 89-101. 

Analysis of commercial man ores — Nitrophospbate of lime— Phosphatio blood 
guano— Cotton-bale brand superphosphate Double refined poudrette 

b ammoniated boue superphosphate Superphosphate— Masae's nitro 
srenized superphosphate <>i lime Inalyais <>i' miscellaneous substai 
Tuokaboe, oi [ndian bread Virginia lumao I oi I a 

i' ,i —Ashes from spent tan bark — Analysis "i ><>iK 



32 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Brown, Ryland T-:— Continued. 

Chemical memoranda. Mo. Jipt. L872, pp. 7<i-7 ( .>. 

WOodv fiber of plants— Orange culture — Wood ashes — Roues and bone meal — 
German potash. 

Chemical notes. Mo. Rpt. 187-, pp. 137-1 12. 

Sulphur in mineral coal — Ohio Limestones — Artificial water lime — Genuina- 
t ion : its relation to light — Carbolic acid as a disinfectant — Available 
nitrogen— Formulas for fertilizers. 

Report of the Chemist. Ag. Rpt 1872, pp. 138-158. 

Natural fertilizers— Miscellaneous analyses — Expei intents to determine the 
influence of growing vegetation on temperature —The wastes of cities and 
tow ns — Beet Bugar. 

Chemical memoranda. Mo. Rpt. 1872, pp. 218-222. 

Analysis of commercial fertilizers — Beet sugar, 

Chemical memoranda. Mo. Rpt. 1872, pp. 307-313. 

Examination of marls -Mineral constituents of wheat — Production of nitro- 
gen compounds in soils— Constituents of stubbh — Carbolic acid from 
living vegetation— Absorption of water by leai es — < 'om posit ion of cream — 
The value of human excrement as a fertilizer. 

Chemical memoranda. Mo. Rpt. 1872, pp. 371-381. 

Laboratory work — Soil temperature — Influence of vegetable mold on soils — 
Utilization oJ sawdust — Assimilation of crops — Increased consumption of 
sugar— Respiration of fishes — Bismuth — Milk — Eucalyptus globulus — 
Printing cloth— Aluminum coins— Cooking utensils— Nitrate of ammonia 
in respiration— Production of ozone in the air— Paper lamp shades — Non* 
inflammable fabrics — Chromium steel — Progress of chemistry— Chlora- 
lum — Waste- of cit Les I embodying letter from James Alexander Manning I. 

Chemical memoranda. Mo. Rpt. 1872, pp. 440-440. 

Laboratory work — Sulphur— Welding coppei — Zinc labels— Artificial mar- 
ble—Artificial butter— Potassium by a new method— Phosphoric acid — 
Osage orange — Effect of atmospheric pressure — Topographical measure- 
ments in the West — Preserving action of boraoio acid — Spontaneous com- 
bustion of wood — The value of giroudin as a disinfectant- Tests for silk 
goods — Preservation of wood — Sensitive Btreams — Dying veneer wood. 

Chemical memoranda. M<>. Upt. 1872, pp. 500-505. 

Analyses — Value of city wastes — Absorption of ammonia by oharcoal — The 
black soil of Russia — < Hbservat ions on the sun's rays— Influence of alcohol 
on animal beat — < lultivation of cinchona t ices in Java — Paper from wood 
Ammonia from bituminous coal —Improvements in Btreet cars Native buI- 
phur— Uniform standard of measure — Effects of compressed air on com- 
bust ion. 

The organization of agriculture. (Jnnum. rpt., pp. L08-110, in 
" Proceedings.'' L882. 

Brown, Simon. 

On the value and uses of swamp muck. A.g. Rpt. L 856, pp. L82-198. 

Farmers' gardens. Ag. Rpt. L863, pp.337 •"><i»i. 

Locution <>f the garden Proper soil for the garden -Shelter for gardens — 
Hotbeds \'<>i farmers' gardens -Culture of vegetables in the garden Fruit 
in the garden Strawberries Raspberries Grapes Raising, gathering, 
a u< I preserving Beeds for the garden —What soil is best for the produi tion 
of good seed What time to set seed-plants or sow seeds What plants are 
injured by intermixture What pari of the. stem produces the best Bead 
When Bhould Beeds be gathered and h<>\\ preserved— Time that seeds will 
ii tain their vitality — Flowers in the garden. 
Brown, Simon, and Joseph Reynolds. 

Manures and their application. A.g. Rpt, L865, pp.368 395, 

Composition of manure! [*he ouroes of manure Preparation of manun — 
Liquid manure Special manures Guano Composition <>t guano -How 
ana when t«» apply guano Bones and superphosphates of lime Salt- 
peter Poudrettes Tne application of manures. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 33 

Brown, T. A. 

[Report cm farm crops, etc., in Alabama.] Ag. Rpt. 1852, pp. 69-73. 

Brown, W. G., and Arthur Goss. 

Report on soils and ash. Chem. Bui. Xo. 49, pp. 80-90. 1897. 

Brown, W. L. 

| Presidential address before Association of American Agricultural 
Colleges and Experiment Stations, held at New Orleans, Louisi- 
ana. November 15-19, 1892.J O. E. S. Bui. No. 10, pp. 58-66. 
1893. 

Browne, D. J. 

Domestic animals. Ag. Rpt. 1853, pp. 1-58. 

Report on the seeds and cuttings recently introduced into the 
United States. Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp. x-xxxv. 

I domestic animals. Ag. Rp. 1851, pp. 1-58. 

Guano: Its history, sources, qualities, and application. Ag. Rpt. 
1854, pp. 90-102. 

Light and shade: Their influence on vegetation. Ag. Rpt. L854, 
pp. 109-111\ 

Rotation of crops. Ag. Rpt. 1854, pp. 119-121. 

Wheat diseases. Ag. Rpt. 1854, pp. 136-138. 

Potatoes: Production of new varieties from seed. Ag. Rpt. 1854, 
pp. 162, 1G3. 

Algerian mode of preserving potatoes. Ag. Rpt. 1854, p. 165, illns. 

The Chinese yam. Ag. Rpt. 1854, pp. 109-174, illus. 

Turnips: Their history and culture. Ag. Rpt. 1854, pp. 197-207. 

Researches on the s<>r<//i<> sucri. Ag. JJpt. 1854, pp. 219-223, illus. 

lave fences. Ag. Rpt. L854, pp. 393-418, illus. 

Planting and management of quickset hedges — General remarks on the for- 
mation and treatment of hedges— Trees and shrubs usually employed 
for hedges: alaternus (narrow-leafed) (Rhamnus alatemus anguetifolia), 
arbor-vita {Thuja ocoidentalis . evergreen box I Buxus sempervirens) i furze 
(Ulr.r europarus), European holly {Hex aqutfolium), American holly (Ilex 
ovaoa), Irish i\y Hedera helix vegela), juniper or white cedar {Cunressus 
ikyoides), laurel <»r sweet bay {Laurus nobilis), Laurestinus (Viburnum 

linn . coi mi myrtle {Myrtut eommunie), evergreen oak (Querout ilex), 

wild orange Cerasus oaroliniana), broad leafed phillyrea (Phillyrea lati- 
folia) i privet (Ligustrum tmlgare). Cherokee rose (Rosa larigata), wild 
rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis), Spanish bayonet I PWooa aloifolio), hem- 
lock spi'm. • {Abie* oanadt nsii . Norway Bpruce iir i Ibu ■ . \ew 
FaxuM Jtaooata), ailantus I iilantus glanduloea), European alder | Unite 
glutinosa), althwa frutex (Hibiscus eyriaoui . pricklj ash (Zanthoxylum 
"'in, i , beach plum {Prunue maritima), European beach (Fague tyl- 
vatica . American red beech Fag us ferruginea), barberry or pipperidge 
• Berberis vulgaris). West [ndian birch Bureera gum%\fera . European while 
birch (Betula alba), European bramble (Rubus fruticosus), purging buck- 
thorn Rhamnut oathartien* . sea buckthorn Hippophm rhamnoides), caper 
bush (Capparii . ohinquapin {Caetanea pumila), Christ's thorn 
( I'n I'm r us aouleatue), hawthorn 1 1 Vata gut oxyat antna), European hornbeam 
(Carpinue betnlue), American hornbeam (Carpinut amerioana), European 
larch '/'nil europaea), lilac {Syringe vulgaris), honey l<»<ust Oleditschia 
triaoanthos), European field maple (Acer oampestn . Italian maj (Spiraa 
hyper icifolia), white mulberrj | Varus alba . European oak Q* 
flora orange \faclura aurantiaca), pen tree {Pyrus oommunis), 
Loxnbardy poplar {Populus fastigiata), cultivated and wild rose, sweet 

brier I Rota rubignosa . -1 >r blackthorn Prunn* $pinosm), Washington 

thorn (Crataegus cordata), willow (Salixeap 

21713 No. I 3 



34 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Browne, D. J. — Continued. 

On the use of water passing through leaden pipes. Ag. Rpt. 1854, 
p. 422. 

Proposed rule for measuring bushels. Ag. Rpt. 1854. pp. 421, 422. 

Protection of buildings from lightning. Ag. Rpt. 1854. pp. 4 72-475. 

Report on the seeds and cuttings recently obtained by the Patent 
Office, with suggestions as to the expediency of introducing 

( >t hers. Ag. Rpt. 1855, pp. x-lxiii. 

Influences of the change of soil or climate on animals, and of the 
variation of their food. Ag. Rpt. 1855, pp. 1-8, illus. 

The points by which live cattle may be judged. Ag. Rpt. 1855, 
pp. 8-13. 

I )evon cattle. Ag. Rpt. 1855, pp. 13-15. 

The cattle of Russia. Ag. Rpt. 1855, pp. 15-19. 

The horses of France. Ag. Rpt. 1855, pp. 31-33. 

The horses of Russia. Ag. Rpt. 1855, pp. 34-38. 

Sheep farming in Russia. Ag. Rpt. 1855, pp. 43-49. 

Introduction of the cashmere-shawl goat. Ag. Rpt. 1855. pp. 54-57, 

The swine of Russia. Ag. Rpt. 1855, p. GO. 

]>ec culture in Russia. Ag. Rpt. 1855, pp. 120, 121. 

On the drainage of Haarlem Lake, with suggestions on itsapplica 

bility to overflowed lands in the United States. Ag. Rpt. 1855, 
pp. 122-128. 

On the purification of cities and towns: The deodorizatioD of their 

fecal matter and its removal and conversion into manure. 
Ag. Rpt. 1855, pp. 129-142. 

Export of corn to Europe. Ag. Rpt. 1855, pp. 155-1 (>.">. 

Wheat: The production of new varieties by cross-fecundation. 
Ag. Rpt. 1855, pp. 181-186. 

On the selection, change, preparation, and sowing of wheat seed. 
Ag. Rpt. 1855, pp. 186-191. 

The Chinese yam. Ag. Rpt. 1855, pp. 223. 221. 

Bistory and results of the culture of cotton in British India. 
Ag. Rpt. L855, pp. 226-230. 

Flax and hemp culture in Russia. Ag. Rpt. L855, pp. 238-241. 

Tobacco culture in Russia. Ag. Rpt. L855, pp. 266, 267. 

Failure of the sugar cane in Louisiana: Proposed plan of restora- 
tion. Ag. Rpt. 1855, pp. 268-277. 

The common caper (Capparia spinosa), Ag. Rpt. L855, p. 285. 

The cotton districts of t lie globe considered with reference to their 
climates. Ag. Rpt L855, pp. 317-335. 

On the nutrition and economy of digest ion Of domestic animals. 
Ag. Rpt. L856, pp. I L3. 

Aiden horses. Ag. Rpt. 1856, p. 1 1. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 35 

Browne, D. J. — Continued. 

Sheep: Origin, history, and habits. Ag. Ept. 1S5G, pp. 14-18. 

Southdown sheep. Ag. lipt. 1856, pp. 18-21. 

Wheat: The proper time for reaping. Ag. Ept. 1<S5<). pp. 240. 247. 

Production of new varieties of wheat by cross-fecundation. Ag. 
Ept 1850, p. 247. 

Potatoes: Proposed remedy against disease. Ag. Kpt. 1856, pp. 
248-250. 

The Chinese yam (l)ioscorca batatas). Ag. Bpt. 1850, pp. 251. 252. 

Calcareous manures. Ag. Kpt. 1850, pp. 201-246, illus. 

Chalk, chloride of calcium, chloride of lime, ^as lime, hydrate of lime, 
nitrate of lime, oxalate of lime, phosphate of lime, bi phosphate of lime, 
earth of bones, or hone earth, native phosphate of Lime, gypsum, <>i buI- 
phate of lime, clay marls, stony marls, shell mails, coral ami coral sand, 
coprolites, carbonate of magnesia, chloride of magnesia, nitrate of mag- 
nesia, phosphate of magnesia, silicates of magnesia, sulphate of magnesia. 

Crystallization of the juice of the Sorgho sucre. Ag. Kpt. L856, 
pp. ,309-313. 

General principles of wine making. Ag. Bpt. 1850, pp. 439-445. 

Strawberries: Fall and winter management. Ag. Rpt. 1850, pp. 
448,449. 

Peabody's new Bautbois strawberry. Ag. Kpt. L856, pp. 449,450. 

Terrestrial or underground climate. Ag. Rpt. 1856, pp. 492-195. 

Progress and public encouragement of agriculture in Russia, Prus- 
sia, and the United states. Ag. Kpt. 1857, pp. L-50. 

Adaptation of the English draft horse for city or town work. Ag. 
Kpt. L857, pp. 51-55. 

The llama and alpaca: Their geographical distribution, organiza- 
tion, food, habits, and probable adaptation to certain regions of 
the United States. Ag. Kpt. L857, pp. 0(1-71. 

Nature and habits of the honeybee. Ag. Kpt. 1857, pp. 1o7-1lM. 

Persian insect powder. Ag. Bpt. 1857, pp. 129, 130. 

Report of the United State- Agricultural Society. Ag. Kpt. L857, 
pp. L81-183. 

Cultivation of the cranberry. Ag. Kpt. L857, pp. 237-239. 

Tin- cotton manufactures of the United States. Ag. Bpt. L857, 
pp. 305-307. 

Lunar Influence. Ag. Bpt. L857, p. -V.<>. 

I in- history, industry, and commerce of flax. Ag. Kpt. L831. pp. 
21 83. 

Physiological and ohemioal properties — Hygiem — History, production, and 
commerce— Flax in Russia in Europe- [to history and progress in Russia- 
Culture and preparation o| flax in Russia Sorting, packing, and convey- 
ance i" market <d flax in Russia Commerce of RiiHsia in flax Flax in the 
l oited Kingdom o! Greal Britain and [reland History an. I progri 
flax culture in Ireland— The oolture and preparation of flax in [reland— 
The < lonrtrai Bystem of growing flax— Processes of preparation of the flax 
|)lani in [reland Klax in Greal Britain rrade ana commerce <>i the 
united Kingdom in the products of the flax plant. 



36 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Browne, Orris A. 

Good roads. O. E. S. Bui. No. 14, pp. L>4-27. 1893. 

Browne, P. A. 

On sheep breeding. Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp. 75-90. 

Browning, Lewis, jr. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Virginia.] Ag. Bpt. 1850, pp. 120. 
4LU. 

Bruce, James C. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Virginia.] Ag, Bpt. 1850, pp. 340 
344. 

Brunei, Lawrence. 

Notes on locusts and on the Western cricket. -U\ Bpt. lint. Com., 
pp. 53-64. 1883. 

Report of observations in the Northwest on the Rocky .Mountain 
locust. Ent. Bui. No. 2, pp. 7-22. 1883. 

The Rocky Mountain locust in Wyoming, Montana, etc., in 1881. 
3d Rpt. Ent. Com., pp. 21-52. 1883. 

Notes from Nebraska. Ag. Rpt. 1884, pp. 308-403. 

Observations on the Rocky Mountain locust (lining the summer of 
1883. Ent, Bui. No. 4, pp. 51-62. 1884. 

Report on the abundance of the Rocky .Mountain locust in 1885. 
Ag. Bpt. 1885, pp. 303-307. 

Report on locusts in Texas during the spring of 1886. Ent. I inl. 
No. 13, pp. 9-19. 1S87. 

Report on Nebraska insects. Knt. Bui. No. 13, pp. 33-37. 1887. 

Report on the season's observations in Nebraska [entomological]. 
Ag. Bpt. 1S87, pp. 164-170. 

Report on Nebraska insects. Ag. Rpt. 1888, pp. 139-141. 

Hum weevils, codling moth, cabbage butterflies, army worm, willow saw- 
fly, cottonwood leaf-beetle, box-elder plant Louse, maple-tree caterpillars, 

corn-root worm. 

Note> on the Rocky Mountain locust. I. I,., vol. 1, pp. 65-67. 
1888. 

Cicindela limbata. I. L., vol. 2, pp. Ill, 146. L889. 

Report on a Local outbreak <>t* grasshoppers in Idaho. 1. L., vol. 3, 
pp. L36-141. L890. 

Report <>n Nebraska insects. Ent, Bui. NO. 22, pp. 96-106. L890. 

False chinch bugs — Cut worms — Arm j worm Green-lined maple worm Blue 
is weevil Corn root woTm ( Diabrotioa loiigioomu insects detrimental 
to the growth of young trees <>n "tree claims" in Nebraska and other 
portions of tin- West— Locusts, or grasshoppers. 

Report on Nebraska insects. Ent. Bui. No. 23, pp. 9-18. L891. 

Green striped maple worm (Anisota rubicunda) — Locusts, or grasshoppers 
Beet Insects lisl - Remedies that oan be used against beet insects. 

Notes n beet insects. 1. L., vol.3, pp. 229,230. L891. 

Phosphorescent myriopods. [. L., vol. 3, pp. 319 321. L891. 

Destructive locusts of North America, together with notes on the 
occurrences in L891. [. L., vol. 4, pp. 18-24. L891. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 37 

Bruner, Lawrence — Continued. 

Report on insect depredations in Nebraska in 1891. Ent. Bui No. 
26, pp. £-12. 1892. 

Report on destructive locusts. Ent. Bui. No. 27, pp. 9-33. 1892. 

Locn>t pest in Colorado — Locust pest in the Red River Valley of North 
Dakota, Minnesota, and Manitoba — Migratory locnsts in Minnesota in 
1891 — Locust pest in Idaho — Destructive Western crickets — Locust injuries 
in other regions during the summer of 1891. 

The more destructive locusts of America north of Mexico. Ent. 
Bui. No. 28, pp. 40, illns. 1893. 

American locust (Schistocerca americana), large green hush locust (Aeridium 
shoskone), small green locnsl (A. frontalis), long-winged forest locust 
(Dendrotettix longipennis), differential locust (Melanoplus differential**), 
robust locust (M. robustus), two-striped locust (M. bicittatus), detestable 
Locust I M. fa due), devastating locust (M. devastator), narrow-winged locust 
(M. angnstipennis), herbaceous locust {M, herbaceous), Rocky Mountain 
Locnsl M.spretus), lesser migratory Locust I M. atalnis), red-legged locust 
{M. femur-rubrum), lead-colored Locnsl (M. plumbeus), Pezotettix enigma, 
pellucid-winged locust ( ( 'amnula pellucida), long-winged locust Dist 
longipennis), pale-winged locust {D.obliterai 

Report upon insect injuries in Nebraska during the summer of L892. 
I : nt. Bui No. 30, pp. 34-41. 1893. 
Destructive Locusts, beet insects, chinch-bug notes, miscellaneous insect-. 

Description of new species of Orthoptera from the Death Valley 
Expedition. N. A. Fauna No. 7. pp. 266-268. 1893. 

A new species of Pezotettix. I. L., vol. 7. pp. II. I!'. L894. 

Report on injurious insects in Nebraska and adjoining districts. 
Ent Bui. No. 32, pp. 9-21. 1894. 

Grasshopper report for 1895. Ent. Bui. No. 7. n. 9., pp. 31-35. 
1897. 

Grasshopper report for 1896. Ent. Bui. No. 7, n. s., pp. 36 39. 
1897. 

Brunson, Alfred. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Wisconsin.] Ag. Rpt. 1849, pp» 
L88-191. 

Bryant, A. P , and Almah J. Frisby. 

The composition of different parts of the potato and the lossol 
nutrients during the process of boiling. O. B. 8. Bui No. L3, 
pp. 25-31, illns. l t s 4 . » 7 . 

Buchanan, R. 

On the culture of the grape. Ag. Rpt. 1848, pp. 61 MI17. 

Selecting and preparing the wound— Planting Pruning— Culture— Wine 
making -Fermentation Statistics— Vine culture at Cincinnati. 

Buck, Norman. 

[mproved Minnesota flour. Ag, Rpt. 1875, pp.388 390. 

Bnckisch, William 

Bee culture. Ag. Rpt I860, pp. 268 301, illns. 

Buckley, S. B., 

The grapes of North America. Ag. Rpt. 1861, pp. 178 186. 

Buflum, David. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Rhode Island. A^. Rpt, L851. pp. 
L69, 170. 



38 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Buffuni, David— Continued. 

[Report on form crops, etc., in Rhode Island.] Ag. Rpt. 1852, pp, 

147, 148. 

Bugbee, E. L. 

Instructions to operators on the Tinted States seacoast telegraph 
lines. W. B. unnum. rpt., pp. 1*4, illus. 

Bunnell, W. W. 

| Report on farm crops, etc., in Indiana.] Ag. Rpt. L851, pp. 429- 
431. 

Biinzli, J. H. 

( 'ombating the potato blight. Jour. Mycol., vol. 6, pp. 78, 79. 1890. 

Burchard, Oscar. 

The object and methods of seed investigation and the establish 
ment of seed-control stations. E. S. R., vol. 4, pp. 793-801, 882- 

900, illus. 18!):;. 

Burgess, Edward, and Charles Sedgwick Minot. 

On the anatomy of aletia. 4th Rpt. Ent. Com., pp. 45-58, illus. 
1885. 

Burgyn, H. 

Improvement of worn-out lauds by the use of peas and clover. 
Ag. Rpt. 1849, pp. 400-KH'. 

Burke, Edmund. 

IN' port on Agriculture. Ag. Rpt. 1847, pp. 84-238. 

Tabular estimate* by states of the crops tor 1847 and remarks thereon — 
Incidental discussion, wiili reference to agriculture, of state of the world 
abroad, the war, emigration from Europe, sale of pubiic lands, purpose of 
agricultural knowledge and improvement, agricultural journals, agri- 
cultural societies ami farmers' clubs — Remarks on the season — Wheat. 
barley, oats, rye, buckwheat, corn, potatoes, potato rot, hay, hemp, Sax, 
tobacco, cotton, rice, silk, sugar, and briefer paragraphs on many other 

products. 
Report of the Commissioner of Patents. Ag. Rpt. 1847, pp. 3-17. 
Annual report to Hon. h'. ( '. Winthrop. Speaker of the I louse of Representa- 
tives, embodying a report on the distribution of seeds. 

Burn, A. 

Cultivation of cotton in India. Ag. Rpt. 1845, pp. 760-762. 

Bumey, W. B. 

Report on phosphoric acid. Obem. Bui. No. 28, pp. L53-160. 1890. 

Buinham, Eliphaz. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Ohio.] Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp. 388-390. 

Burnson, Alfred. 

Well digging. Ag. Rpt, L851, pp. L4-19. 

Bunill, T. J., and E. O. Shakespeaie. 

Report on the United States board of inquiry concerning epidemic 
diseases among swine. 6th and 7th Rpts. B, A. L, pp. L29-135. 
1891. 

Burrough, Edward. 

State aid to road building in New Jersey. Road [nq. Bui. No. 9, 
pp.20. L894. 

[Address of welcome to National Road Conference, July 5, L894.] 

Road In.|. Ilnl. No. H), pp. 6, 7. 1S!M. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 39 

Burrough, Edward— Continued. 

[Address on road improvement.! Eoad Inq. Bill. Xo. 10, pp. 10-13. 
1694. 

Bush, L. P. 

[Report of the American Pomological Society for Delaware.] Ag. 
Rpt. 1S5(J, pp. 363-375. 

Bushnell, P. 

Report on farm crops, etc., in Pennsylvania.! Ag. Rpt. 1848, pp. 
455-401. 

Butler, Burr. 

[Report on farming operations.] Ag. Rpt. 1850, pp. 464-467. 
Buysson, H. du. 

Fumigation with bisulphide of carbon for the complete and rapid 
destruction of the insects which attack herbarium specimens, 
furs, woolens, etc. I. L., vol. 6, pp. 159-161. L893. 

Byram, H. P. 

An essav on the culture and manufacture of silk. Ag. Rpt, L847, 
pp. 140-452. 

Propagation of the mulberry — Feeding apartments— Fixtures— Description 
of the silkworm — Time of hatching — Rearing — Killing The crysalides — 
Succession of crops — Preservation of eggs — Diseases of the silkworm — 
Keeling — Manufacture of perforated cocoons. 

Caban, "William. 

On bear grass. Ag. Rpt. 1847. p. 424. 

A report <>n comparison of hear grass with nianila fol making cordage for 
\ easels. 

Cadby, Stephen. 

[BeporJ od farm crops, etc., in Indiana.] Ag. Bpt. 1852, pp. 310, 

311. 

Cailletet, L. 

Photographic apparatus for measuring the altitudes attained l>v 

balloons. Mo. \Y. If., vol. 25. pp, 443, 444. L897. 

Caldwell, G. C. 

The experiment station as the educator of the farmer. Onnum. 
rpt., pp. 20-25, in u Proceedings. " L882. 

Report on the analysis of cattle toods. Ohem. Bui. No. 28, pp. 
79-90. L890. 

Call, Robert R. 

[Report on the commerce of Newcastle, NVw Brunswick. For. 
Mkts. Bui. N<». 1. p.69. 1895. 

Callender, C. W. 

Potato raising in Tennessee. Ag. Rpt L880, pp. 657-069. 

Calohan, W. S. 

Raising sheep and woolgrowing. Ag, Rpt. L861, pp, L19 l-i. 

Calvert, E. B. 

How the Weather Bureau disseminates forecasts and warnings. 
Rpt. Chief w. B. L896-96, xxii, wiii. 

Calvert, J. C, J. H. Kastle, and Paul Marvin. 

On the action of oxalic acid, silicates, and soil. Ohem. Bui. No. 43, 
pp. 53-58, L894. 



40 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Calvert, S., H. B. Gibson, and D. W. May. 

Dietary studies at the University of Missouri in 1895, ami data 
relating to bread and meat consumption in Missouri. O. E. S. 
Bill. No. 31, pp. 20. 1890. 

Cameron, Alice F. 

Fruit culture in Arizona. S. Ept. No. 928, pt. 3, pp. 463-466. 1890. 
Campbell, George. 

Wool growing. Ag. Kpt. 1851, pp. 156-161. 

Campbell, George H. 

[Keport on farm crops, etc., in California.] 1851, pp. 47G-478. 
Campbell, George W. 

The grape and its improvement l>y hybridizing, crossbreeding, and 
seedlings. Ag. Ept IS&2, pp. 20&-220. 

Campbell, James. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in New Jersey.] Ag. Rpt. 1 852, pp. 
1(57-174. 

Campbell, Peter. 

[Report on the commerce of Arichat, Nova Scotia. | For. Mitts. 
Bui. No. 4, pp. 53,54. 1895. 

Campbell Robert. 

Thermometrical observations at Olarksville, Georgia. Ag. Rpt. 
L851, pp. 643-G45. 

Campbell, Samuel W. 

Condition of the live-stock industry of Wisconsin. 6th and 7th 
Bpts. B. A. 1., pi). 321-348. 1891. 

Campbell, William L. 

[Report on the commerce of Newcastle upon -Tvne, England. | For. 
Mkts. Bui. No. 1. pp. (>9-7L\ 1895. 
Live stock, cereals, dairy products, canned goods, bacon, etc. 
Campbell-Hempworth, M. W. 

Aurora australis of April 20. Mo. W. R., vol. 25, p. 204. 1S97. 
Cape, Joseph. 

Sheep breeding. Ag. Rpt. 1801, pp. 128-130. 

Capron, Horace. 

Report of the Commissioner of Agriculture. Ag. Rpt. 18(17, pp. 
1-15. ill us. 

Thorough draining and deep culture the basis of improvement in agricul- 
ture Steam plowing — silk — Sugar — New fibers- < Irape culture and w toe- 
Southern agricull are —Department operal Ions — Finances. 

Condition of the Department. Ag. Rpt. L867, pp. 16, 17. 

Propagating garden— Experimental farm— Statistical information— The \<ji i- 
cultural Museum — The laboratory of the Department Organization, etc. 

Letter relative t«> the manufacture of beet Bugar. B. Misc. Doc 

No. si. L868. 

Report of the Commissioner of Agriculture. Ag. Rpt. L868, pp. l-U. 

Agricultural education Systematic agriculture— 'Southern agriculture — 
Canadian reciprocity- international exchanges — Diseases of farm stock 
Grapes and wine Subtropical fruits— Cinchona planting— The Statistical 
Division The Chemical Division Entomology I lie Museum— Experi- 
mental garden- Department grounds and arboretum — (ulth ationof rural 
baste— Distribution of seeds Financial. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 41 

Capron, Horace— Continued. 

Beet root sugar. Mo. Ept. 1868, pp. 59-61. 

Text of letter to Hon. 8. M. C'ullom. 

Report in response to House resolution of December 9, 1867, 
instructing the Commissioner to report on "the condition of t lie 
Department of Agriculture and what legislation is necessary to 
enable him to so reorganize the Department as to place it upon 
a footing commensurate with the vast interest committed to its 
charge." Ef. Ex. Doc. No. 91, pp. 11. 1808. 

Report of the Commissioner of Agriculture. Ag. Rpt. 1869, pp. 
5-19. 

Mental culture — Renewal of ( 'anndinn reciprocity— The wool industry — The 
census of 1870 — Southern agricultnri — 'the wheal cultur< — Holding non- 
productive lands unprofitable— Ramie — Cinchona — International 
changes — The library — Diseases of stock — The annual report — Chemical 
Division — The Museum — The Botanical collection — Botanical explora- 
tions— The experimental garden — Distribution of seeds — The Department 
grounds— Insufficiency of clerical compensation— Financial. 

[Address before the Montgomery County (Maryland! Agricultural 
Society, September 1 l. L870.] .Mo. Rpt. 1870, pp. 351-353. 

[Address before the Illinois State Agricultural Society. September 
28, 1890.] Mo. Rpt. L870, pp. 420-426. 

[Address before the Congress of tin 1 Cotton States, ;it Augusta, 
Georgia, October, 1870.] .Mo. Rpt. L870, pp. 1 7i- i 7(». 

Report of the Commissioner of Agriculture. Ag. Rpt. 1S70, pp. 
5-15. 

Industrial education — Steam plowing — silk culture — Government planta- 
tions of cinchona trees Department operations- The Statistical Inci- 
sion — ( 'attic diseases— Entomology — The Agricultural Museum — Botanical 
collections— The Library — The Department grounds— The ne^ conserva- 
tory — Distribution of seeds — Financial. 

Agriculture in Japan. Ag, Rpt. 1873, pp. 364-374. 

I 'armers, rice, w beat, barley, cotton, tobacco, sugar, hemp, flax, fruits. 

Carleton, Mark A. 

Observations on the native plants of Oklahoma Territory and 
adjacent districts, ('out. Nat. Serb., vol. 1. pp. 220-232. 1890 
1895. 

Improvement in wheat culture. Y. B. L896, pp. 489-498, illus. 

Genera] r< marks— Methods of tillage— Time of seeding --selection of varie- 
ties Varieties for special purpose* « rossbreeding of wheat— Selection 
of seeii — I diseases <>i \\ heal , 

Caiman. Ezra A. 

The sheep of Great Britain. 6th and 7th Rpts. B. A. I. pp. 1 1:» 246. 
L891. 

The sheep indnstrv in States east of the Mississippi River. I a nam. 
rpt., pp. 11-71)0. illns. 1- 

Carpenter, L. G. 

Report oa artesian wells tor irrigation in Colorado. B. Ex. Doc 
No. 222, pp. 17-'. 232, map. L890. 

Report na artesian welU for irrigation in New Mexico. S. l'.\. 1 ).».-. 
No. HL'L!. pp. 233-241. L890. 



42 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Carpenter, L. G. — Continued. 

Irrigation statistics and progress in Colorado in 1890. S. Ex. Doc. 
ffo.53, pp. 183-197. 1891. 

Methods of irrigation. (). E. S. Bui. No. 16, pp. L42-145. 1893. 

Carr, John. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Ohio.] A#. Rpt. 1860, p. .'>44. 

Carr, Oma, and T. F. Sanborn. 

The dehydration of viscous organic liquids. Chem. Bui. No. 47, 
1)]>. 134-151, illus. 1896. 

Carr, William. 

| Report on farm crops, etc.. in Pennsylvania.) Agr. Rpt. 1850, pp. 
436-439. 

Carrow, G. D. 

Sheep farming in the Pampas. Ag. Rpt 1864, pp. 223-242. 

Pampa formation — Topographical features — The soil — Original introduction 
of slice]* — Improvement of the native stock — Favorable character of the 
country and climate for sheep breeding— Flocks exempt from disease — 
Pasture excellent and unfailing — ISize of (arms — General management of a 
sheep farm — Periods of lambing — Shearing season — Percentage of profit 
on investments in sheep — Nationality of the immigrant farmers— General 
climate and productions — Horticulture. 

Cattle farming in the Pampas. Ag. Rpt. 1865, pp. 484-502. 

Their origin— Wild cattle— General characteristics- A cattle farm— Mai king 
cattle— Preparing fresh beef for market — Jerked beef — Hides— Tallow, 
etc. — Purchase and delivery of cattle — Los barraqneros — Amount of trade 
furnished by horned cattle — Transportation— Country life — The river and 
the city. 

Carse, George B. 

Florida: Its climate, soil, productions, and agricultural capabili- 
ties. Unnum. rpt., pp. 3-92. L882. 

Carter, Richard H. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Virginia.] Ag. Rpt. L 852, pp. 98- 

101. 



Case, B. 



[Report or farm crops, etc., in Pennsylvania.] Ag. Rpt. L851, pp. 
259, 260. 

Castleman. A. L. 

Smut in wheat. Ag, Rpt. L845, pp. t06, K»7. 

Catlin, Cyrus. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Connecticut.] Ag. Rpt. L850, pp. 
isn. L81. 

| Report on farm crops, etc., in Connecticut.] Ag. Rpt. L852, pp. 
L63, Hil. 

Cerletti, G. B. 

The Peronospora overcome 1>\ hydrate of lime. Rot. Bui. No. 2, 
pp. 71 7 1. 1886. 

Some additional remarks on lime as a remedy for IYionospoi a. 
Bot. BuL N<>. 2, pp. 75, 7<J. L886. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 43 

Chadsey, J. G. 

Report on farm crops, etc., in Rhode Island.) Ag. Rpt. 1849, pp. 
96-99. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Rhode Island.] Ag. Rpt. ls'.o. pp. 
32§, 329. 
Chamberlain, Calvin. 

[Report on farm crops, etc, in Maine. | Ag. Rpt. IS is. pp. 342-345. 
Chaniberlain, W. J. 

National and international crop reports. CJnnnm. rpt., pp. L37-144, 
in "Proceed in, us." 1882. 

Chandler, A. J. 

Southern fever among cattle in California. Itli and 5th Rpts. 
B. A. L, i>|). 450, 451. 1889. 

Chandler, J. N. 

Preservation of potatoes for seed. Ag. Rpt. 1854, pp. H>4, 105. 

Chandler, William E. 

[Address in favor of good roads. I (). B. 8. Bnl. No. 14, pp. 15, L6. 
1893. 

Chandler, William P. 

Remarks on cotton in Tunis.] Ag. Kpt. L856, pp. 302-304. 

Chapline, H. W. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Virginia.] Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp. 
671-673. 

Chapman, S. P. 

Remarks on dairy ami neat cattle. Ag. Rpt. I860, pp. 180-481. 

Chase, Franklin. 

[Remarks on cotton in Mexico.] Ag. Rpt. L856, pp. 300-302. 

Chase, Warren. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Wisconsin.] Ag. Rpt. L852, pp. 
333-335. 

Chauveau, A. B. 

Methods and instruments of precision for the study of atmospheric 
electricity. W. B. Bnl. NTo. 2, pt. 2, pp. 569^583, illns. L895. 

Chanzit, B. 

Treatments for mildew in fiance in 1887. Bot. Bui. No. 5, pp. 75 85 

Chenery, Winthrop W. 

Ilolstein cattle. Ag. Rpt. 1864, pp. 161-167, illus. 
Results of Analysis of four samples of milk. 

"Texel" or u Mouton flandrin" sheep. Ag. Rpt. 1864, pp. 242 248, 

illns. 

Chesnut, V. K. 

Some coin 1 1 ion poisonOQS plants. \ . B. 1 896, pp. 137 1 l»*». illns. 
Qeneral remarks Poison ivj The American water hemlock rhe deathcap, 

Chester, F. D. 

The copper salts as fungicides. Jour. Mycol., vol. 6, pp, 21 25. 
1890. 



44 Q. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Chipman, A. J 

Report of notes made on Rocky Mountain locusts. 3d Kpt. Ent. 
Com., pp. 55, 56, appx. vii. 1883. 

Chittenden, F. H. 

Notes on Languria. I. L., vol. 2, pp. 340, 347. 1890. 

On the date of the introduction of the European wheat sawfly. 
I. L., vol. 4, p. 344. 1892. 

New species of Coleoptera. I. L., vol. 4, pp. 350, 361. 1892. 

The strawberry weevil. I. L., vol. 5, pp. 1(>7— 1 S(i. illus. 1893. 

Pasl history — Thia year's investigations— Appearance of infected fields — How 
damage is done— Work on blackberry — Certain varieties more affected than 
others— Wild food plants — Differences due to food plants— The species doing 
the damage— Life history— Parasites and natural enemies— Remedies — 
Descriptions of the parasites mentioned. 

Observations on some hymenopterous parasites of Coleoptera. 
1. L., vol. 5, pp. 247-251. 1893. 

The insect collections of the Columbian Exposition. 1. L., vol. G, 
PI). 236-242. 1S<>4. 

Supplementary notes on the strawberry weevil, its habits and rem- 
edies. 1. L.', vol. 7. pp. 1 4-L>3. 1894. 

Damage by the brown sap chafer. 1. L., vol. 7. pp. 1*71. '2T2. L894. 

Abundance of an imported snout beetle in Maine. 1. L.. vol. 7. pp. 
27^, 273. 1894. 

The more important insects injurious to stored grain. V. B. 1894, 
pp. 277-294, illus. 

Origin, introduction, and habits of the species— Nature and extern of dam- 
age — Parasites and natural enemies — The granary weevil — The rice 
weevil — The Angonmois grain moth — The Mediterranean flour moth — The 
Indian meal moth — The meal snout moth — Tin- wolf moth — The Baw-toothed 
grain beetle— The Hour heetles— The square-necked grain beetle— The, 
cadelle — Remedies. 

The rose chafer. Ent. Circ. No. 11, LM s., pp. 4, illus. 181)5. 

On the distribution of certain imported beetles. I. L., vol. 7. pp. 
327-332. 1895. 

The potato bug- weevil (Anthonomus nigrinus). I. U, vol. 7. pp. 
350-352. 1895. 

Some coleopterous enemies of the grapevine. I. L., vol. 7, pp. 
384-587. L895. 

The horse radish flea beetle (Phyllotreta armor acice). I. L., vol. 7, 
pp. MM 106, illus. 1895. 

Some changes In nomenclature. 1. 1... vol. 7, pp. 418, U9. 1895. 

Herbivorous habits of certain DermestidfiB. Ent. Bui. No. 2, n. s., 
pp. 36, 37. L896. 

hi-rrts affecting cereals and other dry vegetable foods. Ent. Bui, 
Nu. 4, n. b.j pp. L12-130, illus. L896. 

insects affecting stored cereal and other products in .Mexico. Ent 

BuL No. 1, t. s., pp. 27 30. L896. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 45 

Chittenden, F. H. — Continued. 

I'hc development of the Mediterranean Hour moth. Ent. Bui. Xo. 
6, n. 8., pp. 85-88. 1896. 

The asparagus beetles. Y. B. 1890, pp. 311-3.j1', ill as. 

Gqperal remarks — The common asparagus beetle — The twelve-spotted aspar- 
agus beetle. 

The rose-leaf beetle. Ent Bui. No. 7. n. >.. pp. 60, 61, illus. 1897. 

Insect injury to chestnut and pine trees in Virginia and neighbor- 
ing States. Ent. Bui. No. 7, n. s., pp. 67-75, illus. 1S!»7. 

Some little-known insects affecting stored vegetable products: A 
collection of articles detailing certain original observations made 
ii] ton insects of this class. Ent. Bui. No. 8, n. s., pp. 45, illus. 
L897. 

Notes on certain species of Goleoptera that attack useful plants. 
Ent. Bui. No. 9, n. s., pp. 20-24. 1897. 

The bean leaf-beetle (Cerotoma trifurcata). Ent. Bui. No. '.'. d. s., 
pp. 64-71, illus. 1897. 

The strawberry weevil (Anthonomus signatus). Ent. Oirc. No. 21, 

2d ser., pp. 7, illus. 1S!>7. 

The two-lined chestnut borer (Agrilus bilineatus), Ent. Oirc. No. 
24, 2d ser.. pp. 8, illus. 1897. 

Some insects injurious to stored grain. P. B. Xo. 45. pp. 24, illus. 
1>!>7. 

Choate, A. B. 

Had roads: Cause ami remedy: needed legislation suggested. 

Road Im,. Bui, No. 2, pp. 11. 1*1'. 1894. 

Chowen, W. S. 

Repair of dirt roads. Road Imp Bui. No. 2, p. 13. 1894. 

Christian, George L. 

[Address before Virginia Good Roads Convention.] Road [nq. 

Bid. No. 11. pp. 8-11. L895. 

Chubb, Henry S. 

Fruit culture in western Michigan. Mo. Rpt. L868, p. 322, 

Chubbnck. Levi. 

The dairy industry in Missouri and Kansas. B. A. 1. Bui, No. is, 
pp. 23, illus. l*!>7. 

Cichocki. 

Sandomir wheat. Ag. Rpt. 1861, pp. 334-342. 

Cist, Charles. 

Strawberry culture. A.g. Rpt L848, pp. 609-613, 

The hog and its products. A.g. Rpt. L866, ]»]». 382 393, 

Clark. Frank H. 

! I»vp'»i t on farm crops, etc., in Texas. Ag. Rpt. 1850, pp. 188 190, 

Claik, H. C. 

.Meat Industries of the United States, itli and 5tu Rpts, B, A. 1.. 
pp. ;;:>«.> 375, illus. L889. 



46 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Clark, Jonathan. 

[Report on faro? crop an meteorology in Connecticut.] Ag. Rpt. 
1850, pp. 481-493. 

Clark. Josephine A. 

Systematic and alphabetic index of new species of North American 
phanerogams and pteridophytes published in 181)1. Cont. Nat. 
Serb., vol. 1. pp. 151-188. 1890-1895. 

{Systematic and alphabetic index of new species of North American 
phauerogams and pteridophytes published in 1892. Cont. Nat. 
Herb., vol. 1, pp. 233-264. 1890-1895. 

Clark, N. T. 

Meteorological observations for 1851 at Canandaigua, New York. 
Ag. Bpt. 1851, p. 639. 

Clark, W. S. 

.Massachusetts Agricultural College. Ag. Bpt. 1808, jap. 54 --554, 
illus. 

History — Locution — Buildings and endowment — Course of study and instruc- 
tion. 

Clarke, F. W. 

Table of atomic weights. Chem. Bui. No. 31, p. 246. 1891. 

Clarke, J. W. 

Gathering, ripening, and keeping fruit. Ag. Upt. 1804, pp. L52- 

157. 

The shrinkage of fruit— Influences of the soil on the keeping qualities of 
fruit -Well-grown or perfect fruit keeps best — Growth as distinguished 
from ripening— Effects of ripening fruits on the tree — The nature of mel- 
lowing and ripening— Fruit ripened on the tree does not keep well Sweat- 
ing impairs the quality of fruit— The coloring «'t' Bruit— Early gathering 
prolongs keeping. 

Claiborne, J. F. H. 

Report of an experiment of nine varieties of garden peas. Ag. Rpt. 
L856, p. 31 1. 

Clapp, Henry W. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Massachusetts.] Ag. Rpt. 1852, p. 
159. 

Claypole, E. W. 

Secondary results of pollination. Ag. Rpt. L887, pp. 318-321. 

Clayton, H. H. 

Cloud measurements at nine Bill. Mo. W.R., vol. 25, pp. 135-161, 
illus. L897. 

Clement, A. W. 

Pneumonia among horses in Virginia. <>ili and 7th Rpts. B. A. I., 
pp.381 382. 1891. 

Clemson, Tho* G. 

The manufacture of BUgar. Ag. Bpt. L849, pp. 104-422. 

"Extract of a dispatch from the charge d'affaires of the United States in 
Belgium." New method for the extraction of sugar from sugar cane and 
beets, i).\ Mons Melsens. 

Report of agricultural affairs of the United stairs. Ag. Kpt. L860, 
pp. 5 26. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 47 

Clemson, Thos. G. — Continued. 

Fertilizers. Ag. Rpt. 1800. pp. 34-79. 

Potassium — Potash — Analyses of mica — Sodium — Silicium — Aluminum — 
Alumina — Oxide of iron and manganese — Table showing the composition 
of the ashes of wheat, barley, oats, rye, maize, rice, millet, buckwheat, 
beans, peas, lentils, vetches, hemp, flax, turnips, beets, mangel-wurzel, 
carrots. Jerusalem artichokes, potatoes, cabbage, grasses, tobacco, hops, 
vegetables, forest and fruit trees, and various marine and land weeds — 
Ashes — Ash analysis of live varieties of potato — Analyses of the ashes of 
peat from Khode Island and .Massachusetts — -Table showing the composi- 
tion of certain foreign peat ashes, analyses of anthracite and bituminous 
coal — .Sulphur — Dosing phosphoric acid. 

Cleveland, J. T. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in .Missouri.] Ag. Rpt. 1852, pp. .'U8- 
320. 

Clift, Elisha. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Iowa.] Ag. Rpt. 1852, pp. 285,286. 

Clift, William. 

Salt marshes. Ag. Rpt. 1861, pp. 343-358. 

The mode of reclaiming them and their \ aim — The embankments— The tide- 
gate— The drainage — Breaking up— The sowing of grass seed — Manage- 
ment. 

Clopper, F. C. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in .Maryland. I Ag. Rpt. 181!), pp. ll'S- 
131. 

[Wheat raising in Maryland.] Ag. Rpt. L851, pp. 269-274. 

Clopper, T. C. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Maryland.] Ag. Rpt. L848, pp. Hi'.i- 

471. 

Cloud, N. B. 

Cotton culture in 1866. Ag. Rpt. 1866, pp. 190-193. 

Clough, William. 

Sorghum, or Northern sugar cane Ag. Rpt. L864, pp. 54-87, i 11 us. 
Varieties— Hybridization — Progress of the oane enterprise — Plan tiug ami 
cultivating— Maturity Stripping— Topping— Cutting —Shocking and 
housing— Frosts and freezing -Machinery and apparatus— Cane mills— 
Horizontal cane mills— Horizontal nulls for borse power Vertical mills 
with sweep below— Steam and borse po* er compared Evaporating ; 
evaporator Steam-jacket evaporator -Steam-coil evaporator lm 
orators Intermittent process Continuous process filtering juice Defe- 
cation'— Finishing point— Cooling— Kenning sirup. 

Production of sugar from sorghum, or Northern Bagar-cane. Ag. 
Rpt. 1865, pp. 307 324. 

Cane Btigar Fruit sugar Grap< Bugai Conversion of cane Bugar to .u r ln- 
varieties of cane with reference to Bugar ^<>il and cultivation 
Time of harvesting can-- Grinding Tanks and vessels Nmitruli ing 
agents General remarks upon evaporating Steam evaporator* Kire 
evaporators < larifying airup finishing point Graining Drai u ag or 
purging. 

Clubb, Henry S. 

The Michigan fruit region. Mo. Rpt. L870, |>|>. .17. 38. 

Cluss, Adolph. 

Report of the Architect. .\.u. Rpt. L868, p|>. L5, L6. 



48 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Clute, Jacob. 

[Address on road improvement.] Road [nq. Bui. No. 10, pp. 14, 

15. 1S94. 

Cockrell, T. D. A. 

Insect pests in Colorado in 1889. I. L., vol. 2, pp. 145, 140. 1889. 

Some fungi of Custer County, Colorado. Jour. Mycol., vol. 5, pp. 
84.85. 1889. 

The West Indian rufous scale [Aspidiotus articulatwi). I. L., vol. 

4. pp. 380-382. 

Food plants — Habits and habitat — Remedies. 

Orthezia insignis as a garden pest. 1. L., vol. 5. p. 89. 1892. 

Notes on plant faunae. 1. L., vol. 5, pp. 117-121, 1892. 

The food plants of some Jamaican Coccidae. I. L., vol. 5, pp. 158-100. 
1893. 

The food plants of some Jamaican Coccidae — II. I. L., vol. 5, pp. 
245-247. 1893. 

The distribution of Coccidae. I. L., vol. 6, pp. 99-103. 1893, 

Note on slip records [entomological]. I. L., vol. 0, pp. 198-200. 
1893. 

On a Lecanium infesting blackberry, considered identical with 7>. 
fitchii. I. U, vol. 7. pp. 29-31. 1894. 

A maritime species of Coccidae. I. L., vol. 7. pp. 12. 15. L894. 

Notes from New Mexico [entomological]. 1. L., vol. 7. pp. 207-1*11. 

1891. 

A new sawllv which is injurious to hollyhocks. 1. L., vol. 7. pp. 
251 -253. 1894. 

On the natural conditions which affect the distribution and abun- 
dance of Coccidae. But. Bui. No. 2, n. s., pp. 91-95. 1896. 

Nolo and descriptions of the new Coccidae collected in .Mexico by 
Prof. C. II. T. Townsend. Knt. Bui. No. I. t. s.. pp. 51-59. L896. 

Some Coccidae found by Mr, Alex. Craw in the course of his quar- 
antine work at San Francisco. Knt. Bui. No. I, t. s.. pp. 12 Hi, 
illns. 1890. 

Some new species of Japanese Coccidae, with notes. Knt. Bui. 
No. 1. i. s.. pp. 47-50, iilus. L896. 

An experience \\ it h paris green, Knt. Bui. No. 9, a. b., p. 25. is ( .>7. 

San -lose scale and its nearest allies, a brief consideration of the 
character which distinguish these closely related injurious scale 
insects. Bnt. Bnl. No. 0, t. s., pp.51, illns. L897. 

Cockrill, C. F. 

The live-stock interests of Tennessee. Misc. Spl. Rpt. No. 2. pp. 
225- 229. L883. 

Cockrill, Mark R. 

Woolgrowing. Ag. Rpt. 1848, pp. 627 635. 

Wool and woolgrowing. Ag. Upt. L850, pp. 253-257, 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 49 

Coe, A. B. 

Kites in Montana. Mo. W. R., vol. 24, p. 237. 1896. 
Coffin, Fred F. B. 

Beport on artesian wells. S. Ex. Doc. Xo. 222, pp. 125-140. 1890. 

A special report of work in the artesian and underflow investiga- 
tion, and views of certain conditions existing in South Dakota. 
S. Ex. Doc. No. 222- pt. 4, pp. 53-61, map. 1892. 

Coffin, L. S. 

Paper on contagious diseases of domestic animalG. Uniiuni. rpt., 
pp. 52-54. 1883. 

Cogniaux, Alfred. 

Koseauthus, a new genus of Cucnrbitaceae from Acapulco. Mexico. 
Cout. Xat. Herb., vol. 3, pp. 577, 578, illtis. 1892-1896. 

Cohn, Fred. 

The Hessian fly in Silesia in 1869. 3d Rpt. Ent. Com., pp. 39, 40, 

appx. iii. 1883. 
Translated by Dr. C. P. Gisslor. 
Coit, H. H. 

[Beport on farm crops, etc., in Ohio.| Ag. Rpt. 1851. pp. 361-363. 
Colburn, J. W. 

1 J (port on farm crops, etc., in Vermont, j Ag. Rpt. 1848, pp. 267- 
370. 

Beport on farm crops, etc., in Vermont.] Ag. Rpt. 1S49, pp. 86-88. 

| Report on farm crops, etc., in Vermont.] Ag. Rpt. L851, pp. 154- 
156. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Vermont.] Ag. Rpt. L852, pp. 139- 

111. 

Colby, George E 

Report on fermented liquors. Chem. Bui. No. 43. pp. 148-151. 1 89 I. 

Report on fermented and distilled liquors. Chem. Bui. No. 17. 

pp. 95-101. 1896. 

Colcord, Samuel. 

Report on farm crops, etc., in Illinois.] Ag. Rpt. L850, pp. 198-200. 

Cole, Frank N. 

The diurnal variation of barometric pressure. \V. B. Bui. No. 6, 
pp.32, Mas. L892. 

Coleman, Clarence. 

What our had roads cost us. Road Enq. Bui. No. 11. pp. L7-20, 
L896. 

Coleman, Hawes H. 

Cultivation of the watermelon at the South. A.g. Rpt. 1866, pp. 
313-33 i. 

Collier, Peter. 

Report of the Chemist. A-. Rpt 1 878, pp. 96-166. 

Sorghum Bugai gum or Eaokenohleim— Analrsea of oane, maize, and sorghum 
sugars— \>li anal] sea of sugai oane from Demerara and of sorghum 
amber) Sugar beets Perayian sweet potatoes— Analysis ox yam 
root sirup sorghum sirap Manna or fir sugar Analyaeeol two strops — 
Examinations for tannic noid -Analyaia of oanaigre root Examination of 

21713— No, 1 1 



50 D. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Collier, Peter — Continued. 

docks for tannin — The importance of carefully selected seed — Analyses of 
maize, peas, and beans — Experiments in manufacture of tea — Oil from tea 
seed— Tea-seed noils— Examination of sophisticated tea — Tea and coffee sab- 
stitntes — Examination of leaves of ink berry | Ilex (/labra) — Examination of 
Leaves <>t' Turuera aphrodiaiaca — Analysis of Florida moss ( TMandsia usne- 
oides) — Analysis of the reindeer moss (Cladonia rangiferina) — Examination 
of "boneset" (JEupatorium perfoUatum) — Estimation of saponin — "Loco" or 
poison weed — Bombic acid — Covering of eggs of insects — Baking powders — 
Arsenica] paper— Examination of American and foreign butters and oleo- 
margarine — Analysis of corncobs— Analysis of brewers' grains— Examina- 
tion of California tobacco — Pleuropneumonia— Analysis of milk of cow — 
Mineral-water analysis — Soil analyses — Analyses of maris — Analyses of 
leached wood and coal ashes — Bat guanos and cave earths — Slate-dust 
fertilizer — Commercial fertilizers — Silicious diatoms — The coal econo- 
mizer — Substitute for paris green — Analyses of lime — Analysis of coal 
from Shenandoah Valley— Analysis of hydraulic limestone — Analysis of 
wine received from Admiral Animeu — Proximate analyses of wheats, barley, 
maize, and corn — Methods of analysis. 

Report of the Chemist. Ag. Rpt. 1879, pp. 35-127, illus. 

Experiments in the production of sugar sorghums and maize — Sugar machin- 
ery of the Department of Agriculture — The permanganate process for the 
estimation of sugars in juices — Sugar beets— Analyses of marls, soils, clays, 
etc. — Soil from small mangrove island off the Florida coast — Unproductive 
soil— l'eaty soil — Leaf mold — Commercial fertilizers— Superphosphates— 
Valuation of fertilizers — Butter and oleomargarine — Alcoholic liquors — 
Improved green coffee berries — An examination of "tuckahoe" — Effecl on 
cane sugar of cooking with fruit — Examination of lignite — Analysis <>f 
rock salt — Analysis of salt from evaporation of lake water— Ores and min- 
erals — Plants, medical and poisonous — Botanical description of Sophora 
tereeia — Preliminary report on the herb of Astragalus mollissimua and the 
herb of Oxytropii lamberti — Examination of Mai vast rum oocoineum — The im- 
portance of carefully selected seed — Grains — Analyses of immature sweet 
corn and cobs — Analysis of Zamia integrifolia ("Coontie") — An apparatus 
for continuous percolation — Analysis of sword bean (Canavalia gladiata, 
x ui. ami tor in i* — Report on grasses and forage plants — The calculation of 
fodder values— Comparison of American and German grasses — Digestibility 
of the constituents of grasses. 

Report of the Chemist. Ag. Rpt. 1880, pp. :>7-183, illus. 

Sorghum— Synoptical table of the varieties of sorghum cultivated at the 
Department of Agriculture during the summer of 1880— The analytical 
processes for the examination of the canes— Analyses of juices from sor- 
ghum — Analyses of juices from cornstalks — A verages of each stage of each 

variety — Explanation of graphical plates — Explanation of specific gravity 
table — Comparison of different hydrometers — Effects of fertilizers on 
Bucrose, glucose, and solids in sorghum juices — Effects of fertilizers on the 
ash of sorghum juices — < JomposLi ion of ash of canes and juioesof sorghum — 
Temperature and rainfall for the season — Comparative value during the 
working period of sorghum and cornstalks — Analyses of sirups and sugars 
received from abroad — Utilization of waste products — Analyses of corn 
smut (Ustilago maidis) Examination <>f the root of Bsrberis aquifolium, 
var. repens — " Oregon grape root"— Examination of oative quinine— Esti- 
mation of tannin, IlubheH's Lamokin farm stock powder, and Haass hog 
cholera remedy— Analysis of Pacific magic polish Concentrated cattle 
food Minerals, marls, and fertilizers analyses of soils, of mineral and 

potable waters — Well waters— Analyses of single specimens of grasses fr 

various localities How the nitrogen is combined in the_planl Analyses 
of distillery waste, of glucose waste, ami of rice bran The composition 
and quality oi certain American wims — List of wines analyzed. 

Report of analytical and other work done <m sorghum and corn 
stalks. SpLBpt. No. 33, pp. 101, illus. L881. 

Report of the Chemist. A^g.Bpt. 1881, pp. 279-576, illus. 

Report "i analytical and other work done on sorghum and cornstalks i>\ the 
Chemical Division in L881 82 — Explanation oi the stages of growth or of 
development as used in this report analyses of each variety of sorghum 
and maize: Early Amber, Early Golden, White Liberian, Black top, Afrioan, 



INDEX TO AUTHORS 51 

Collier, Peter — Continued. 

White Mammoth, Oomseeana, regular Borgho, Link's hybrid, sagar cant-, 
( Joose neck. Bear tail. Iowa red top, new variety. Early orange, orange cane. 
Neeazana, Wolf tail, Graytop, Mastodon, Honduras, sngar cane, White im- 
phee, Holims saccharatus, II. sorghum, II. cennus, honey cane. Egyptian sugar 
corn, Lindsay's horse tooth, Blount's prolific, broad white flat denl . ( heater 
County mammoth, Eighteen-rowed yellow dent — Graphical charts — Com- 
parison of sugar cane with sorghum — Temperature and rainfall, 1881 — Effect 
of heavy rainfall after long drought — Effect of frost upon sorghum — Availa- 
ble sugar — Danger of mixing immature with mature cane in working — Dan- 
ger from suckers — Method of analysis — The analytical processes for the ex- 
amination of the canes — Polarization of juices and sirups — Period of work- 
ing the sorghums — Experiments with the small mill — Experience of Dr. 
C. A. ( roessmann with sorghnm cut some time before working — Comparative 
results, Buekered and nnsnckered sorghums — Inversion of sugar in cut 
canes — Effect on juices of standing after defecation — Effect of adding water 
to juice during defecation — Experiments in defecation — Specific-gravity 
babies of juices of sorghum and maize — Relative Lengths and weights of 
the di tie rent varieties of Sorghnm — ( 'oin posit ion of Sorghum seed — Lossof 
Bugar in manufacture — Analysis of juice at different stagei — Available 
Bugar in juice of maize — 'I 'he work of the large sugar mill — Results from 
analyses of thirty-tive varieties of sorghum in 1881, worked at large mill — 
The causes of failure in Bugar making from sorghum— Character and com- 
position of Borghum juice — chemical changes in Bugar making — Sorghnm 
juice — The acidity of corn and sorghum juice — Importance of a good mill — 
Lossof sugar in the bagassi — Action of lime upon the glucose and sucrose 
in juices during evaporation —Effects of lime daring <\ aporatiou of juices — 
Bibliography of sorghum — General index to the sorghnm and maize Bugar 
reports of 1*7*. 1879,1880, and 1881— Examination of methods lor the deter- 
mination of phosphoric acid in its various forms in fertilizers — "Glucose" 
sugar — Sea weeds — He rock weed | dsoophyllum nodosum) — Proximate anal- 
ysis of I'm a- nesiculosus and Ascophyllum nodosum, mixed— Soils — Peats — 
Proximate analysis of Zyga&enus paniculatus — Unguadia speoiosa — Grasses, 
feed, fodder, vegetables, etc. — Analysis of feed stuffs— Improved yellow- 
ex ed beans and pods — Analyses of vegetables— Wheal —Corn ami sorghnm 
as fodder plants— Ensilage. 

investigation of sorghum as a sugar-producing plant; season of 
L882. (Jnnum rpt. pp., 68, charts. L883. 

Collier, Peter, and George Vasey. 

Report of the Botanist and Chemist on grasses and forage plants. 
Ag. Rpt L878, pp. 157-194, illus. 
For synopsis, see George Vasey. 

Collins, V. D. 

The agriculture of Morocco. Ag. Rpt, L862, pp. 199-508. 

Letter from China. M o. Rpt. 1866, pp, 11 13, 

[Address on mad improvement.] Road Lnq. Bui. No. L0, pp. 35, 36, 
L894. 

Colman, Norman J. 

Report of tin* Commissioner of Agriculture, Ag. Rpt, L885, pp. 

.")-.■ '» l . 

Address before the Convention of delegates from Agricultural 
Colleges and Experiment station-, held at Department of Agri 
culture, duly 8 and !•. L885. Misc. SpL Rpt No. '». pp. 5 15, 
L886. 

Objects of tin- endowment*— Acquiring agrionltnra] knowle bing 

l ical forestry \n arboretum on college farms Hedges oi live f< 

Climatic Influence plants— Rotation of crops Experiments with the 

cotton plant Improved varieties by hybridization Dis< rats 

Knowledge Deeded bj the agriculturist Experimental fann work 
tJreater diversity of orops Textile iii>««i> imported— Fruits and plants 
from Russia 8 • i« <• in agricultural colli 



52 U. 8. DEPARTMENT OE AGRICULTURE. 

Colman, Norman J. — Continued. 

[Address before the Convention of Agricultural Colleges and 
Experiment Stations.] Unnum. rpt., pp. 17. 1885. 

Address before the Association of Official Agricultural Chemists, 
held at the Department of Agriculture. September 1 and 2, 1885.] 
Chem. Bui. No. 7, pp. 21-L>3. 1886. 

The American beef supply. Unnum. rpt.. pp. .'>-ll. 1885. 

Address before the National Stockmen, held at Chicago, Illinois. November 
17 ami IS, 1885. 

Report of the Commissioner of Agriculture. Ag. lvpt. 1886, 
pp. 7-4o. 

Letter transmitting a statement of the expenditures for the Depart 
ment of Agriculture for the fiscal year ended Jane 30, L885. 
II. Misc. Doc. No. 154, pp. 43. 188G. 

Letter transmitting, in response to a resolution of the Bouse, a 
statement showing the amount expended for the Chemical Divi- 
sion in laboratory from the appropriation for the present fiscal 
year, and the balance unexpended. 11. Misc. Doc. No. 240, pp. 1. 

1880. 

Letter transmitting certain papers in response to a resolution of 
the House calling for a copy of Department circular of June (>, 
1882; a copy of the award of the committee appointed to carry 
the provisions of the circular into effect; copies of all corre- 
spondence with the Delaware Beet Sugar Company on the sub 
ject; and a statement of the awards paid and to whom. II. Misc. 
Due. No. 284, pp. 6. 1886. 

Report of the Commissioner of Agriculture. Ag. Rpt. 1887, pp. 
7-47. 

[Address before the National Cattle Growers' Convention, held at 
Kansas City, .Missouri, October 31 and November 1 and 2, L887.] 
Unnnm. rpt., pp. •*>-(>. 1887. 

Letter in response to a Senate resolution of December 7, L887, 
relative to employees obtaining patents for the process of sugar 
making. S. Ex. Dm-. N<>. 24, pp. 5. 1887. 

Rales and regulations of the U. 8. Department of Agriculture for 
the suppression and extirpation of contagions, infectious, and 
communicable diseases among domestic animals of the United 
states. Unnum. rpt., pp. l. 1887. 

Dressed meat traffic. 3d Rpt. B. A. I., pp. l'77 282. 1887. 

Letter in response to Senate resolution of January 30, L888, trans 
mitting the report of Professor S wen son. Unnum. rpt., pp. LI. 
L888. 

Letter transmitting a statement of expenditures in the I >epartnient 
for the fiscal pear ended June 30, L887, ll. Misc. Dor. N<>. L22, 
pp.81. L888. 

Report in response to inquiries of the select committee of the 
United states Senate, appointed to inquire into and examine the 
methods of business <>f the Executive Departments. Unnum. 
rpt,, pp. 106. 1888. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 53 

Colman, Norman J. — Continued. 

Report of the Commissioner of Agriculture. Ag. Rpt. 1888. pp. 7-51. 

Increasing the durability of timber. For. Circ. No. 4, pp. 4. [No 
date.] 

Colvin, A. V. 

[Remarks on cotton in British Guiana. j Ag. Rpt. 18.">0, pp. 281, 
282. 

Colvin, Richard. 

The Italian honeybee; or the culture and Italianization of the native 
or black honeybee. Ag. Rpt. 1863, pp. 53tM>46. 

I description of the Italian bee — The queen— The drones — The worker — Breed- 
ing—Italianizing an apiary — blearing queens — Introducing queens— Profits 
and importance of bee culture. 

Comes, O., and Mr. Deperais. 

First result obtained from the ase of chloride of aluminum and 
and proposal <>t* new remedies against the peronospora of the vine. 
Bot. Bni No. 11, ])]). 94-96. L890. 

Comstock, E. 

Products of the dairy. A. u . Rpt. 1846, pp. 995-999. 

Comstock, J. H. 

Report upon cotton insects, prepared under the direction of the 
Commissioner of Agriculture in pursuance of an act of Congress 
approved June 19, 1878. Cot. Insects, pp. oil, illns. 1879. 

Report of the Entomologist. Ag. Rpt. 1879, pp. 185-347, illns. 

The anny-w orm Heliophila I I t ueania | unipuncta I — I low to destroy the ]><■-! — 
The destructive leaf hopper {dcadula exitiosa) — 1 h«- clover Beed midge 

■ In iiiii'i if I, ilium nit nla | — I 'a rasi t es on the ch>\ el -Seed midge — lilt' elover- 

leafmidge(C< cidomyia trifolii | — The clover-stem borer i Languria mozardi \ — 
The clover oscinia I Oscinig trifotti) — The mallow oscinia I Oteinia malva | — 
[nsecta injurious to orange trees — The cotton tftaineron orange (Dysderciu 
sntnri llns) — The orange-leaf nothria (NbthrU dtrifoliella) — The orange 
case bearing timid (Coleotechnites oitriella) — Bloitobatis citricolella — The 
orange-leaf notcher (Artipua floridanwf) — White ants, or "wood Lice" 
iavipes) — Two new parasites on orange insects -The palmetto-leaf 
minei Laveraa tabalella) — The resplendent shield bearer | l$pidisoa 
tplendorifen Ua )• The grapevine flea-beetle ( Graptodara ckalybea > — Aspara- 
riaeerit asparagi ) — Remedies— The melon-worm (Pkakellnra 
hyalinitalis — The .la pan lil\ aphis i Siphonophora ItZii)— The hawthorn tingia 
i Inn a a mi a to \ — Thelocnal saw tly Nematutrimilari*) — The lesser locusl 
Leafgelechia Qelechia robinuvfoliella '—The white blotch oak leafmineri l.itli- 
ocolletis hamadryadeUa hitch's oak-leaf miner {Litkocollsti* Jitchella) 
Retiniat eomttochtana — The Penetrating ret imai l>> tiniafrutirana >— The pitch- 
pine ret iuia Bt tinia rigidana (—The pme Leaf miner I OeU chin pintfolu 
Parasites I >n predaceonslepidopteroua inaecta The coooi-eaiing dakrama 
( Hal, i nmii coceidirora) — The pah- dakruma (Dakruwui pallida) — The oak 
cocci. l blastobasia (BUutobaria coccirorella) -EuclamemtU battettslla- 
of the yeai The cotton-worm (Metia argillacea) [mportance <»t' the 
natural enemies of the cotton- worm — summary— Tim boll- worm The moth. 

Report of the Entomologist A.g. Rpt i^ s <>. pp. 236 349, illns. 
Tin- sugar-cane beetle {lAgwnu rugicept -The sugar-cane borer Diatraa 
Baocharalis) The cornstalk borer ID, $aookarali$t) — The corn- leaf miner 

[DUutalat) The hog caterpillar of tl range (Papilio cre$pkonte* I e 

orange aphis Siphonophara oitt rhe angular- winged katydid 

antrum a 'mi, r. -The Orange h.isU.-t \\ « » n 1 1 PlatOOeHcut iilnr.ru Irian 

punotiitriga The cork-colored orange tortricid Fortrix ro$tramc 
olover-seed caterpillar [Qrapholitk* inter$tinetana I'he sulphur-colored 
tortricid Tortrii nttfwrtana The rusty brown tortrioid Fortru /lava- 
ilnn. i ' Serioorit Inttrutana The pale clover tortricid /•-■•< dUcopunc 
t'um rhe variable oak-leaf caterpillar Hetarooampa mbalbiot l i 



54 U. S DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Comstock, J. H. — Continued. 

Iocnst-twig borer (Eodytolopha insiticiana) — Tbe locust-leaf phycid (7V?»- 
pelia conlatella)— Pempelia gledilschiella — Tetralophu diluculella — Tortrix pol- 
itana t — The silver-pine tortricid ( Grapholitha bracteatana) — Thecatalpa pod 
diplosis (Diplosis oatalpce) — The rasp berry-leaf roller (Exartema permunda- 
Rtim) — The rose-twig borer (Grapholitha packardit) — The roller worm 
(Endamus proteus) — The cauliflower botis (Hotis repetitalis) — Report on 
scale insects, including descriptions of Coccidse in the collection of the 
United states Department of Agriculture, with notes upon the habits of 
those injurious to cultivated plants, and the results of experiments in 
their destruction. 

Report on insects injurious to sugar caue. Spl. ftpt. No. 35, pp. 
11, illufc. 1881. 

Comstock, M. L. 

Report of the American Ponioloiiical Association for Iowa. Ag. 
Rpt. 1850, pp. 398-407. 

Conger, Norman B. 

Report on the forecasting of thunderstorms daring the summer of 
1892. W. H. Bui. No. 9, pp. 54, charts. 1893. 

Report on the tornadoes of May 25 in the State of Michigan. Mo. 
W. R., vol. 24, p. 156. 189G. 

Conn, H. W. 

The fermentations of milk. O. E. S. Bui. No. 9, pp. 75. 1892. 

Composition of milk — Fermentation of milk by rennet— Souring of milk — 
Number of bacteria in milk — Relation of electricity to the soaring of 
milk — Alkaline fermentations — Butyric acid— Bitter milk— Alkaline curd- 
ling of milk and the peptonizing power — Blue milk— Alcoholic fermenta- 
tion— Slimy fermentation — Miscellaneous fermentations — l'ract ieal hear- 
ings of the subject upon dairying — List of references to tbe Literature. 

Dairy bacteriology. O. E. S. Bui. No. 25, pp. 40. 1895. 

Germicide power of milk — Sources of milk bacteria — Number of bacteria in 
milk — Variety of species — Dairy inspection — Lactic fermentation Elec- 
tricity — Butyric acid — Bitter milk — Rennet and tryptic forming I aeteria— 

nine milk — Alcoholic fermentation — Slimy milk — Pigments — Milk and 
butter— Normal and abnormal ripening of cheese. 

Constable, Howard. 

| Wood preservation.] For. Bui. No. 1, pp. 9_!-9S. 1887. 

Cook, A. J. 

Teaching entomology. I. L., vol. 3, pp. 107-112. 1890. 

Some historic notes [entomological]. I. L., vol. 4, pp. 62, 63. 1891. 

A poplar Gonioctena. [. L., vol. 4, p. 67. L891. 

Wort of the entomologists in the experiment stations. [. L., vol.3, 
pp.212-217. 1891. 

Report of agricultural experiments in L891. Ent. Bui. No. 26, pp. 
83 92. L892. 

Bpecial planting for honey — chapman bone? plant- Rocky Mountain bee 
plant Rape Sweel clover Bees as fertilizers Experiments in breed- 
ing— Consumption of honey in the section of wax — Do worker bees feed 
the drones 1 Conductivity of was < leUar versus outdoor wintering Tack 

in^ about the hi\ ea in spring. 

Cook, D. M. 

The culture ami manufacture of sugar from sorghum. Ag. Rpt. 
1861, pp. 311-314. 

Soil and cultivation- Harvesting Manufacturing Drainage — Hybridiza 
tion The s,.i ghum taste \ alue of t he crop. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 55 

Cook, George H. 

Agricultural education in New Jersey. Unnuin. rpt., pp. 7-12, in 
" Proceedings." 1882. 

Cook, James. 

[Report on farm crops and on the cultivation of the osage orange.] 
Ag. Rpt. 1850, pp. 381, 382. 

Cooke, W. W. 

Report on bird migration in the Mississippi Valley in the years 
1884 and 1885. O. and M. Bui. Xo. 2, pp. 313, map. 1888/ 

Analysis of sour milk. Chem. Bui. Xo. 31, pp. 22-20. 1891. 

Report on dairy products. Chem. Bui. Xo. 31, pp. 10-21. 1891. 

Methods of instruction in teaching agriculture. O. E. S. Bui. Xo. 
30, pp. 39, 40. 1896. 

Cooley, Thomas M. 

[ Report on farm crops, etc., in Michigan.] Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp. 411- 
414. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Michigan.] Ag. Rpt. 1852, pp. 204- 
200. 

Cooper, J. G. 

The forests and trees of Xorth America, as connected with climate 
and agriculture. Ag. Rpt. I860, pp. 410-445. 

Trees of the Lacustriau provinces — Trees of the Appalachian province — The 
Florida region — The Campestrian province — The Rocky Mountain prov- 
ince — Tin; (amine province — The Xevadian province — The Mexican prov- 
ince—Relations of trees to climate in western North America — Capacity 
of Hie various regions for cultivation— The succession of forests — Influence 
"i forests on soils — The influence of forests on health— Cultivation of 
trees. 

Cope, F. J. 

Report on farm crops, etc., in Pennsylvania.! Ag. Rpt. L852, pp. 

Copeland, Josiah S. 

Report on faun crops, etc., in Ohio.] Ag. Rpt. 1851', pp. 259-261. 

Copp, Bolton A. 

[Report <>n farm crops, etc., in Connecticut.] A.g. Rpt. L851, pp. 
L85-187. 

Coppinger, John W. 

[Report on (lie commerce of Toronto, Canada.] For. Mkts. lUil. 
No. 1. pp. I'T.L's. L895. 
fruits. nuts, jrines, <•!<•. — [mparity of clover seed. 

Coquillett, D. W. 

Report on the locusts of the San Joaquin Valley, California. Ag. 
Rpt L886, pp. 289-303. 

Report on remedies tor the cottony cushion scale. Ag. Rpt, L886, 

pp. .V»l'-.V>7. 

Report oil the gas treatment for scale Insects. A.g. Rpt. i s ^7, pp. 
L23-142, illus. 

Supplementary report on the gas treatment tor scale insects. I. I-., 
vol. 1, pp. II 1l\ L888. 



56 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Coquillett. D. W— Continued. 

Report on various methods for destroying scale insects. Ag. Rpt. 
1888, pp. 123-133. 

Letter of submittal — The uas treatment for scale insects — Arseniureted 
hydrogen gas as an insecticide — The resin componnd for Boale insects— 
The copper mixture of gironde as an insecticide. 

The corn worm, or bollworm, of California. I. L.. vol. 1, pp. 331, 
332. 1889. 

The imported Australian ladybird ( Vedalia cardinaUs). I. L., vol. 
2, pp. 70-74, illus. 1889. 
Early stages — Pupa — Habits and natural history — Importation ami spread. 

The use of hydrocyanic acid gas for the destruction of the red scale. 
L L.. vol. 2, pp. 202-207. 1890. 

The dipterous parasite of Diabrotica soror. I. L.. vol. 2. pp. 233- 
236, illus. 1890. 

The cypress twig borer. I. L., vol. 3, pp. 116, 117. 1890. 

Variations in the braconid genus Lysiphlebus. I. L., vol. 3. pp. 
313-31.'). 1891. 

History of the hydrocyanic acid gas treatment for scale insects. 
I. L., vol. 3, pp. 457-460. 1891. 

A new scale insect from California. I. L., vol. 3, pp. 382-384. L891. 

Another parasitic rove beetle. I. L., vol. 3. pp. 318, 319. L891. 

Keport on various methods for destroying the red scale of Califor- 
nia. Ent Bui. No. 22, pp. 9-17. 1890. 

Report on various methods for destroying scale insects. lint. Bui. 
No. 23, pp. 19-30. 1891. 

Report on the scale insects of California. But. Bnl. No. 20. pp. 
13-35. 1S92. 

Notes on the habits of some California Coleoptera. 1. L., vol. 1, 
!>]). 260-262. 1S92. 

The dipterous parasite of Malanoplus devastator in California. 
I. L., vol. 5, pp. 22-24. L892. 

Report on the locust invasion of California in L891. Ent. Bui. No. 
27, pp. 34-57. 1892. 

Report on the Australian insects sent by Albert Koebele to Ell 
wood Cooper and B. M. Lelong. I. L., vol. 5, pp. 251-264. L893. 

On the pollination of Yucca whipplei in California. [. L., vol. 5, 
pp. 311-314. L893. 

Report on some of the beneficial aud injurious insects of ( California, 
Rut. Bnl. No. ;;<>. pp. 9-33. 1893. 

The present status of the recent Australian importations. I. L., 
\ol. o. pp, 24 26. L893. 

Hydrocyanic acid gas as an insecticide. I. L., vol. 6, pp. L7C L80. 
1893. 

The patent on the h\ dro<\ anic acid gas process declared invalid. 
I. I,, vol. 7, pp. 257 258. L894, 

Preliminary report on suppressing the Ban .lose scale in Virginia. 
I. !>.. vol. o. pp. 324-326. L894. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 57 

Coquillett, D. W. — Continued. 

Report on some of the injurious insects of California. Ent. BuL 
No. 32, pp. 22-^32. 1894. 

Walnut spanwonn (Boarmia plumogeraria \, Proch&rodes nubilata, orange leaf- 
roller (Toririx citrana), brassy cutworm i Tamiocampa rufula), tent cater- 
pillars — Arseninreted and sulphurated hydrogen as insecticides. 

The San .lose scale in Virginia. I. L.. vol. 6, pp.253, 254. 1894 

Is Grytoneura cassia an injurious insect 1 I. L.,vol. 7. pp. 338, ">." , » , .>. 
illn's. L895. 

Cankerworms. Ent. Oirc. No. 9, 2d s., pp. L illns. 1895. 

A Oecidomyiid that lives on poison oak. I. L., vol. 7. p. 348. 1895. 

Two dipterous leaf miners on garden vegetables. I. L., vol. 7. pp. 
381-384, illns. 1895. 

Two dipterons insects injurious to cultivated flowers. I. L., vol. 7. 
pp. 399-402, illns. 1895. 

A new wheat pesl [Sciara tritice). L L., vol. 7, pp. 408-408, illns. 
L895. 

Revision of the Tachinidae of America north of Mexico, a family of 
parasitic two- winged insects. Bnt. Bnl. No. 7. t. s.. pp. L54. 1897. 

The walnut spanwonn (Boarmia plumogeraria . Ent. Bnl. No. 7, 
n. b., pp. 64-456, illns. 1897. 

Corbett, L. C. 

Systems of record keeping in experimental horticulture. < >. B. 8. 
Bnl. No. 41, pp. L04-106. L897. 

Corbett, W. W. 

Beef and beef cattle of the West. A.g. Rpt. L862, pp. 326-335, 

Corbin, S. Wellfoid. 

I Address on road improvement.] Road [nq. Bnl. No. 11, pp. L3, 1 I. 
1895. 

Corcoran, W. W. 

Proposition for establishment of experiment station. Unnum. rpt.. 
pp. 25, 26, in " Proceedings." 1882. 

Cordley, A. B. 

Notes on . l narsia lineatt II". Ent. Bnl. No, '•>. n. s.. pp. 7 1 -75. l $97. 

Corlies, James C. 

Contagions plem o pneninonia in New Jersey. Au. Rpt. 1881, pp. 

Hi. 17. 

Cormack. D. A 

Tapeworms among Bheep in South Dakota. 8th and 9th Rpts. B. 

a. [., p. : , »77. is'.'.;. 

Cornaby, Samuel. 

Osage orange as iced for silkworms. Mo. Rpt. L870, p. 130. 

Comet, W. T. S. 

Report i)\' the American Pomological Society for Indiana, A.g. Rpt. 
1856, pp. 387-396. 

Corsn, W. P. 

Nni oolture in the United States, including Dative and introduced 
species. Spl. Pom. Rpt., pp. L44. 1 896. 



58 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Cottier. Joseph. 

The equations of hydrodynamics in a form suitable for application 
to problems connected with the movements of the earth's atmos- 
phere. Mo. W. R., vol. 25, pp. 296-302. 1897. 

The equations of hydrodynamics in a form suitable for application 
to problems connected with the movements of the earth's atmos 
phere. VV. B. doc. No. 130, pp. 8, illus. 1897. 

Coudon, Joseph. 

[Remarks on wheat culture in Maryland.] Ag. Rpt. 1850, pp.378, 
379. 

Coulter, D. R. 

| Report on farm crops, etc., in Arkansas.) Ag. Rpt. 1849, pp. 170, 
171. 

Coulter, John M 

Botany of western Texas: A manual of phanerogams and pterido 
phytes of western Texas. Oont. Nat. Herb., vol. 2, pp. 588, illus. 
1891-1894. 

Upon a collection of plants made by Mr. G. 0. Nealley, in the region 
of the Rio Grande, in Texas, from Brazos Santiago to El Paso 
County. Cont. Nat. Herb., vol. 1, pp. 29-61. 1890-1895. 

Preliminary revision of the North American species of Echinocac 
tus, Oereus, and Opuntia. Oont. Nat. Herb., vol.3, pp. 355-462. 

1892-1 89(>. 

Coulter, John M., and J. N. Rose. 

Report on Mexican [JmbelliferaB, mostly from the State ofOaxaca, 
recently collected by C. G. Pringle and E. W. Nelson. Cont. Nat. 
Serb., vol.3, pp. 289-309, illus. 1892-1896. 

Leibergia, a new genus of Umbelliferae from the Columbia River 
region. Cont. Nat. Herb., vol. 3. pp. 575, 576. L 892-1896. 

Coville, F. V. 

Noxious weeds. Ag. Rpt. 1889, pp. 382-387, illus. 

Order CrucifersB — Charlock (Brassica ainapistrum) — Order Composites — 
Pitchforks I Bidena f 'rondo8a)— Bull thistle ( Cnieus lanceolatut)— sow thistle 
(Sonchua oteroceufl)— Mayweed (Anthemia cotula)- -Order Convolvulacere 
Hedge bindwood (Convolvulus aepium) — Order Solancea — .Jimson weed 
(Datura stramonium) — Order PolygonacetB- bellow dock (Bumex orispm 
Bitter dock i Rumex obtusifolius) — Ordei Amarantacea — Thorny amaranth 
( . / in ura a i ua spinosus). 

Noxious weeds. A"\ Rpt. 1890, pp. 388-391. 

Order Composi tie -Horseweed | imbrosia trifida) -Orange hawkweed i Hiera- 
ciiiin aurantiaoum) Order Scrophulariaoeie — Toad Sai (IAnaria canaden- 
sis) Order Convolvulaceas — Clover dodder (Cuscuta trtfolii) — Order Plan- 
tagineie English plantain (Plantago lanoeolata)— Order Graminea — Bur 
(Cenchrus tribuloides) — New fodder grass — Order QTaminete Pear] 
millet, oal tail millet, Egyptian millet (Penniaetum typkoideum) — Order 
< h amine te i«n | Eragrostis abyssinioa). 

Report of the Botanist A- Rpt. L893, pp.235-244. 

Publications prior to March 8, 1893 Organization of the Division — The her 
barium Need of more commodious quarters —Forage experiments a1 < ; :u 
den City, Kansas Grasses for the South— Ginseng culture Medioinal 
plants Russian thistle -Pure seed Publications of ih«- year — Beoom- 
mendal Ions. 

Botany of the Death Valley Expedition. Oont. Nat. Herb., vol. I, 
pp. :;<;:;, illus. L893. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 59 

Coville, P. V.— Continued. 

Eeport of the Botanist. Ag. Kpt 1894, pp. 101-100. 

Work of the year — The herbarium — Forage plants — Seeds — Weeds — The 
Russian thistle — Field work — Correspondence — Publications— Poisonous 

and medicinal plants — New forage plants— Seed investigations. 

Report of the Chief of the Division of Botany. Ag. Rpt. 1895, pp. 
159-164. 

Work of the year — Herbarium — Weeds— Pur* 1 seed — Poisonous plant — 
Grasses and forage plants — Field work — Editorial work — List of publica- 
tions—Correspondence — Food plants — Correlation of vegetation with 
soils — Botanical artist. 

Some additions to our vegetable dietary. Y. B. 1895, pp. 205-21 1, 
illus. 

Swiss chard — ( harlock — Chicory — Winter cress— Dock — Dandelion — Kale— 
Marsh marigold — Mercury — Black mustard —Orach — Pokeweed — Purs- 
lane — Winter purslane— Spinach— New Zealand Bpinach. 

Crimson clover hair balls. Hot. Circ. No. 8, pp. L illus. 1896. 

Botany of Vakutat Bay, Alaska. Botanical report. Oont. Nat. 
Herb., vol. 3, pp. .'3:34-35:;. 1892-1896. 

Grepis occidentalis and its allies. Cont. Nat. Herb., vol. •">, pp. 
559-565, illus. 1892-1890. 

Notes on the plants used bv the Klamath Indians of Oregon. 
Cont. Nat. Herb., vol. 5, pp. 87-108. 1897. 

Observations on recent cases of mushroom poisoning in the Dis 

trict of Columbia. Bot. Circ. No. 13, pp. 24, illus. L898. 

Report of the Botanist. Ag. Rpt. 1896, pp. 95-102. 

Work of the year — National herbarium — Weed investigations -Seed Labora- 
tory— Poisonons plants— Plant resources — Publications — Miscellaneous 

work — Needs of the Division. 

Reporl of the Botanist. Ag. Rpt. 1897, pp. 167-172. 

Field experiments with seeds— Investigation of new crops— National her- 
barium — Economic herbarium— Natural resources — Weeds — Poisonous 
plants — Testing seeds distributed by the Department Seed investigation 
support of the pure-seed movement— American medicinal Mora — Publics 
tions — Correspondence— Needs for the ensuing year. 

Cowgill, E. B. 

Report on experiments with sorghum. Ag. Rpt. L887, pp. 223-2 12. 

The SOrghum sugar industry in Kansas. Chnn. Bui. No. 17, pp. 

IS 00. isss. 

Cowles, William L. 

[Reporl on farm crops, etc., in Connecticut.] Ag. Rpt. L850, pp. 
338 340. 

Cox, James L. 

Report on farm crops, etc., in Ohio. Ag. Rpt. L861, pp.399 101, 

Cox, John C. 

[Notes on agricultural conditions in Illinois. Ag. Rpt. L850, pp. 
241 246. 

Craig, John A. 

Sheep feeding. P. B. No. 49, pp. 24. 1897, 

Craig, J. B. 

Pleuro-pueumonia. Ag. K|>t. I860, pp.252 267, 



60 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Cragin, F. W. 

Remarks on cottou in 1 Hitch ( ruiana. Ag. Rpt. 1856, pp. 292-294. 

Crampton, C. A. 

Composition of American beers, wines, and ciders, and the sub 
stances used in their adulteration. Ag. Rpt. 1887. pp. 183-213. 

Fermented alcoholic beverages, malt liquors, wine, and cider. 
Chem. Bill. No. 13, pt. 3. pp. 201-399. 1887. 

Record of experiments at Des Lignes Sugar Experiment Station, 
Baldwin, Louisiana, daring the season of 1888. Chem. Bui. 
No. 22, pp. 36. 1889. 

I taking powders. Chem. Bui. Xo. 13, pt. 5. pp. 557-627. 1889. 

Character and constitution of baking powders. Ag. Rpt. 1889, pp. 
163-181. 

Aeration of broad— Chemical aerating agents — Consumption of baking pow- 
ders—Recent investigations — Adulteration — Classification of baking pow- 
ders— Tartrate powders — Phosphate powders — Alum powders— Powder 
containing more than one acid ingredient — Alum and phosphate powder — 
The "alum question" — General summary of the conclusions reached — 
Comparison of fche different classes of powders in respect to their relative 
aerating strength and the amount of residue left by each — Carbonate of 
ammonia— Filling — "Domestic baking powders"- — Regulation of the sale 
of baking powders. 

Report on fermented liquors. Chem. Bui. No. 35, pp. 171-184. L892. 

Report on fermented liquors. Ohem.Bul.No. 38, pp. 113-117. L893. 

Craw, Alexander. 

A list of scale insects found upon plants entering the port of San 
Francisco. Ent. Bui. No. 1, t. s., pp. M), 11. 1896. 

Crawford, E. 

Report on farm crops, etc., in Georgia.] Ag. Rpt. 1862, pp. 86-87. 

Crawford J. 

[Beporl on farm crops, etc., in Georgia.] Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp. 323-325. 

Creamer, H. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Ohio.] Ag. Rpt. 1850, pp. 211, 212. 
Reporl on farm crops, etc., in Ohio.] Ag. Rpt. L852, pp. 262, 2(»3. 

Crispell, Peter, jr. 

[Beporl on farm crops, etc., in New York. 1 Ag. Rpt. L862, pp. 
L93, 194. 

Critchett, O. A. 

Abstract of the laws of fche several states and Territories on irri- 
gation and water rights, [rrig. Bui. No. 1, pp. L80. L893. 

Crocker, J. L. 

[Beporl on farm erops, etc., in New York.; Ag, Rpt. 1852, pp. 
L99-203. 

Crosby, J. Schuyler. 

Borai as a preservative of butter. Ag. Rpt. L878, pp. ^7<> ~>7s. 

Crosby, T. R. 

Structure and diseases of tin 1 borse's loot. Ag. Rpt. L870, pp. 
367-375. illns. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 61 

Crozier, A. A. 

Immediate influence of cross fertilization upon the fruit. Ag. Rpt. 
1887, pp. 312-318. 

On the effects of certain fungicides upon the vitality of seeds. 
Jour. MycoL, vol. 6, pp. 8-11. 1890. 

Crump, M. H. 

[Good roads.] O. E. S. Bui. No. 14, pp. 45-47. 1893. 

[Address on road improvement.] Road Inq. Bui. No. 10, pp. 32-35. 

1894. 

Kentucky highways: History of the old and new systems. Koad 

[nq. Bui Xo. 13, pp. 24. 1895. 
Crux, Thomas. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Virginia.] Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp. 274, 

275. 

Cull, Edward L. 

The beet- sugar industry. Mo. Rpt. 1873, pp. 441, 442. 

Culver. Garry E. 

| Report of field geologist for North and South Dakota on proper 
location of artesian wells for irrigation. | 8. Ex. Doc. No. 222, 
pp. 55-03, illus. 1890. 

On the underflow and sheet waters, irrigable lands, and geological 
Btructure of the Dakota basin. S. Ex. Doc. No. 11, pt. 3. pp. 
L95-209, map. L892. 

Curry, Thomas. 

[Report on the commerce of Sethbridge, Alberta. | For. Mkts. Bui. 
No. 4, p. (17. 1895. 

Curtice, Cooper. 

Tapeworm disease of sheep of the Western plains, ith and 5th 
Rpts. B. A. I., pp. 167-184, illus. 188«». 

Outbreaks of Southern cattle fever in .Maryland. 4th and 5th 
Rpts. B. A. I., pp. 429-442. L889. 

The animal parasites <>f sheep. Dnnum. rpt., pp. 222, illus. L890, 

The larva- of Hypoderma bovis. 1. U, vol. 2, pp. 207, 208. L890. 

The detection of t ul)erculo>is in cattle. 12th and lit 1 1 Rpts. B. A. [., 
pp. 283-295, illus. 1S!»7. 

Curtis, Edward, and J. S Billings. 

Report of results of examinations of fluids of diseased cattle with 

reference to presence of civptogainic growths. Dis. Cattle, pp. 
171- L90, illus. 1869. 

Repori of results of examinations of thuds of diseased cattle with 
reference to presence of cryptogamio growths. Dis. Cactle, pp. 
L56 170. illus. L871. 

Cuitis, F. D. 

An address on Bwine. Misc. BpL Rpt. No. 2, pp. L48 L55. 1883, 

Cuitis, George E. 

Analysis of the causes of rainfall with special relation to surface 

condition-. For. Bui. No. 7, pp. 187-191. L893, 

Winds injurious to vegetation and crops. W. l). Bui No. 1 1, pt, 2, 
pp. 135 1 1 L L895. 



62 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Curtis, H. E., M. A. Scovell, and A. M. Peter. 

On some sources of error in the determination of potash fertilizers. 
Chem. BuL No. 49. pp. 42-45. 1897. 

Curtis, Thomas D. 

About a butter standard. .Misc. Spl. Rpt. No. 2, pp. L42-146. 

1883. 

Curtiss, D. S. 

Water for destitute regions. A.g. Rpt. 18(>7, pp. 230-236. 

Effects of pare soft water — Distribution of blessings — Proofs by tin- rain 
gauge— Roofs and cisterns — Cost of cisterns versus wells— Cholera and 
summer complaints— Suffering on the prairies — Safety against loss by lire. 

Steam cultivation. Ag. Rpt. 1867, pp. 263-278. 

Steam culture in Enropi — Later tests of steam culture— Steam tillage in 
Franc* — Steam plowing in the United States. 

Statistics of corn growing. Mo. Rpt. 187."), pp. 234-236. 

Curtiss, George G. 

Treatment of bitter rot of the apple. Hot. Bui. No. 11, pp. 38-41. 
1890. 

dishing, Caleb. 

Agriculture of Spain. Ag. Rpt, 1870, pp. 287, 1288. 

Cutter, W. P. 

Report of the Librarian. Ag. Rpt. 1894, p. no:;. 

A pioneer in agricultural science. V. B. 1895, pp. 493-502, iilns. 

A-neiilt me in colonial Virginia — Characteristic conditions and influences — 
Edmund Ruffin — Efforts to increase the fertility of the soil— Experiments 
in the use of marl— How marl increases fertility of soil — Farmers' regis- 
ter — Public services of Mr. Kuflin. 

Dabney, Charles W., jr. 

The scientific work of the Department of Agriculture. (). B. S. 

Hul. No. 24, pi). 0.'3-<)7. L895. 

Vivisection in the District of Columbia. Oirc. No. 2, Secretary's 

Ollice, pp. S. 18<)(>. 

Progress of Southern agriculture. Oirc. No. .'5, Secretary's Office, 
pp. L2. 1896. 

The civil service in the Department of Agriculture. Oirc. No. 5, 
Secretary's office, pp. 1. L896. 

Civil service in the Department of Agriculture. (). K. S. Oirc. 
No. 33, pp. 10. L897. 

Dabney, John C, and Gilbert H Hicks. 

'flic superior value of large heavy seed. Y. B. L896, pp. .">(»•> 522, 
illus. 

Introduction — Principles governing seed selection— Methods of selecting 
seed Desirability of knowing the origin of seed— Manner of conducting 
seed-selection experiments Experiments with soja beans of different 
weight Experiment with peas Experimenl with beans of different 
weight Root development of plants from heavy and light seed Rela 
tion of hcav\ seed bo the early stages of plant growth. 

'fhc vitality of seed treated with carbon bisulphide. Bot, Oirc. 

No. 11. op, 5. 18 ( .»7. 

Dale, E. C. 

Annual statement of the United states .Mint. Ag, Rpt. 1852, pp. 
120, 421. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 63 

Dall, William H. 

Report upon the agricultural resources of Alaska. Ag. Rut. 18(>8, 
pp. 172-189, illus. 

Th»- Yukon territory — Aleutian district — The Sitkan district — General sum- 
mary — I'seful indigenous Alaskan plants. 

The food fishes of Alaska. Ag. Rpt. 1870, pp. 375-392, illus. 

Dallas, W. L. 

The prediction of droughts in India. W. B. Bui. No. 11, pt. I, pp. 
13-18. 1894. 

Climatology of southern and western Asia. \Y. 15. Bui. No. 11. 
pt. 3, pp. 672-686, charts. 189<>. 

A preliminary discussion of certain cyclical changes in India. Mo. 
W. B., vol. 26, pp. 532-538, illus. 1897. 

Daly, Charles N. 

Report on the commerce of Guelph, Canada.] For. Mkts. Bui. 
No. 4, pp.32-34. 1895. 

Dana, William D 

| Report on farm crops, etc., in Maine. | Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp. 131-134. 
| Report on farm crop-, etc., m Maine.] Ag. Rpt. 1852, pp. 131-132. 
Dancy, F. B. 

On the determination of available phosphoric acid in fertilizers 
containing cotton-seed meal. Chem. BuL No. 28, pp. Ii>l-lo0\ 
1890. 

Darlington, William. 

Weeds o! American agriculture. Ag. Rpt. 1865, pp. 509-519. 
Dangherty, J. S. 

[Address before good-roads convention of Texas.) Road [nq. Bui. 
No. 15, pi). 3-6. L895. 

Davie:-, David C. 

[Report on the commerce of Swansea, Wales.! For. Mkts. Bui. 

NO. 1, pp. 85, si;. 1895. 
Live stu.k, cheese, fruit, apples, etc. 
Davis, G. C 

Notes on n few borers. I. I... vol. 4, pp. 64-67. L891. 

Special economic insects of the season. 1. L., vol. 7. pp. L98-201. 

Is! 14. 

Mealy bugs and their allies. 1. L.. vol. 7. pp. 168 1 75. 1894, 

Davis, James B. 

Introduction of the Asiatic buffalo, the Brahmin ox, and the Gash 

mere, Scindle, and Malta goats into South Carolina, A.g. Rpt 
1853, pp, 20-22. 

Davis, John. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Illinois. A-. Rpt. L851, pp, 148, 
149. 

Davis, John H. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in South Carolina.] A.g. Rpt. 1847, 
pp. 385, 386. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in South Carolina, A-. Rpt, 
p. 497. 



64 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Davis, John EL— Continued. 

[IJeport on farm crops, etc., in South Carolina.) Ag. Rpt. 1850, pp. 
400-402. 

Davis, Mrs. Lavinia K. 

Female life in the open air. Ag, Bpt. 1866, pp. 430-440. 

Dawson, Charles F., and Theobald Smith. 

Injuries to cattle from swallowing [jointed objects. 10th and 11th 
lipts. B. A. 1., pp. 78-81. 189(). 

Dawson, Charles F., and Veranus A. Moore. 

Tuberculosis in swine: The»nature*of the disease, with a report of 
three cases, 12 th and loth Rpts. B. A. I., pp. 207-218, illus. 
1897. 

Day, John M. 

Public ownership and control of the water the onlv safetv for the 
irrigator. 8. Rpt. No. 928, pt. 3, pp. 393-399. 181)0. 

Deakin, Alfred. 

An Australian report on American irrigation. Unnuin. rpt., pp. 
197-222. 1887. 

Transmitted by the Commissioner of Agriculture in response to senate 
resolution of August 1, 1880. 

Dean, Albert. 

Regulating the transportation of •Southern cattle. 6th and 7th 
Kpts. li. A. L, pp. 399-400. 1891. 

Condition of cattle in the Southwest. 8th and 9th Kpts. li. A. I.. 
1). :;77. 1893. 

Dean, Seneca. 

Report of Superintendent of Seed Division. Ag. Rpt. L863, pp. 

L25, m. 

Deaver, Henry J. 

Sweet potatoes: Cultivation and management. Ag. Bpt. 1855, 
pp. 222, 223. 

De Bow, J. D. B. 

[Report on faun crops, etc., in Louisiana.] Ag. Rpt. ISIS. pp. 

51 o-.-> 17. 

Decker, Horace M. 

On the mechanics of the kite. Mo. W. R., vol. 25, pp. 349, 350. 
1897. 

Decioix, E. 

Borse typhoid fever, or gastro-inflammatory epizootic. Mo. Rpt, 

1-7:;. pp. iso- is;;. 

DeHart, D. E. 

[Address on road improvement.] Road [nq. Bui. No. 10, pp. 15 17. 
L894. 

Deherain. P P. 

Nitrification in arable soil. !■:. s. R., vol. <i. pp.353 366, i:»i 504. 

L894. 

The efficacy of nitrates Usimilation of ammonia — Transformation of the 
nitrogen of humus into ammonia Formation <»t nitrates in the ><>il — l>i«- 
coverj of the nitric ferment Conditions ueoeseary t<> the production of 
nitrates in the soil Study of drainage waters Methods of research -Com- 
posit i'»n ..I tin drainage waters of manured ami unmanured soil*— Excess 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 65 

Deherain, P. P.— Continued. 

Lve nitrification in soils sent to the Grignon station — Nitrification in 
A.uvergne and Grignon soils after pulverization and aeration in autumn — 
Nitrification in samples of soil collected daring winter and spring — Nitri- 
fication in soils stirred at the surface and in those left undisturbed — 
Results obtained on vegetation boxes at Gri^nou during the veai 
and 18 ( J3 — Resume' and conlusions. 

Delafield, J. 

[Report on farm crops., etc., in New York.] Ag. Rpt. L81S. pp. 41S- 
435. 

De Leon, Edwin. 

Remarks on cotton [in Egypt]. Ag. Rpt. 1&56, pp. 256-260. 

De Mott, James. 

[Report on farm crops, etc.. in New York.] Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp. 
210-216. 

De Mott, James, and John R. Young. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in New York.] Ag. Rpt. 1852, pp. 
L78-183. 

Demoussy, Emile. 

Investigations at the Grignon Agricultural Experiment Station. 
E. S. B.j vol. 5, pp. 3-27. L893. 

Exhaustion of arable lands by continuous culture without manure — Lo 
and gains of nitrogen in the soil— Loss of nitrogen from soil by drainage — 
Autumn catch crops for retaining the nitrates washed out by drainage 

water — Ilunii. matter as a necessary food for certain plants— The phos- 
phoric acid of the soil. 

Denby, Charles. 

Agriculture in China. Rpt. Stat. L894, pp.23-31. 

Traditional origin— Primitive methods still in vogue — Methods of fertiliza- 
tion and irrigation — Agricultural implements — System <>!' land measure- 
ment Principal crops— Condition of agricultural classe s- Holdings — 
Profits and how shared — Wages of farm laborers— Social conditions and 
possibilities— Theory of land ownership — Economic questions— Chinese 
contentment. 

Dennis, R. F. 

Gardening in San Domingo. Mo. Rpt. 1873, pp. 143, ill. 

Dennis, William C. 

On the manufacture of salt. Ag. Rpt. L855, pp. 1 L2-150. 

Sisal hemp. Ag. Rpt. is;,;,, pp.242 244. 

Production of sisal bemp in Florida. Ag. Rpt. 1866, pp. 252-254. 

The history, commerce, sources, manufacture, and economical value 
of salt consumed in and exported from the United state-. Ag, 
Rpt. L857, pp. L33 L52, illus. 

Denniston, G. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in New fork. Ag. Rpt. L851, pp.223 

Dent, Gtoorge. 

I Report on farm crops, etc., iu Illinois, Ag. Rpt. 1848, pp. 539, ■'» 10. 

Dent, John H. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Alabama. Ag. Rpt. 1847, pp. 
389, 

| Report on farm crops, etc., in .Malta ma. Ag. Rpt L848, pp 
505. 



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66 U. 8. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Dent, John H. — Continued. 

Report on farm crops, etc., in Alabama.] Ag. Rpt. 1849, pp, 1 is, 

n\). 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Alabama. | Ag. Rpt. 1850, pp. 284- 
288. 

Denton, A. A. 

The manufacture of sorghum sirup. Ohem. Oirc. No. 1, pp. 3, 1894. 

Denton, William. 

Report upon the basin of the Colorado in California. S. Rpt. No. 
928, pt. 3, pp. 376-381. 1890. 

Denza, P. Francesco. 

Meteorology of the Italian mountains. W. B. Bui. No. 2, pt. 3, 
pp. 659-669. 1890. 

Derby, John S. 

[Report ou the commerce of St. John, New Brunswick. ] For. Mkts. 
Rul. No. 1, pp. 51-50. 1890. 

De Roode, Rudolph. 

The determination of phosphoric acid and nitrogen in commercial 
fertilizers in the same weighed quantity of substance. Ohem. 
Bui. No. 31, pp. 101, 105. 1891. 

De Roode, R. J. J. 

Report on phosphoric acid. Ohem. Bui. No. 38, pp. 6-16. 1893. 

Detmer, W. 

The intlueuce of moisture, temperature, and light conditions on the 
process of gemination. W. B. Bui. No. 2, pt. 2, pp. 105-420. 
1895. 

Detmers, H. J. 

Investigation of swine plague. Ag. Rpt. 1878, pp. 331-305, illus. 

Description of .swine plagni — The symptoms — The prognosis and termina- 
tion — Morbid changes — Firs! series of experiments— The contagion — The 
causes and i he nature of the morbid process — The morbid process— Period 
of incubation— Measures of prevention— Treatment— Experiments at my 
experimental station, the veterinary hospital of the Illinois Industrial 
University — Supplemental report — The bacilli Buis — Clinical observa- 
tions — Morbid changes alter death. 

Glanders. Ag. Rpt. 1878, pp. 145-476. 

Farcy, or external glanders — The morbid process — The causes and origin of 
glanders. 

Investigation of swine plague. Spl. Rpt. No. 12, pp. L9-56, illus. 

1879. 
Glanders. Spl. Rpt. No. L2, pp. 257-288, illus. 187!». 
Investigation of swine plague. A.g. Rpt., 1879, pp. 369 420, 

Definition of Bwine plague Symptoms— Prognosis Morbid changes— Ex- 
periments Swine plague in other animals The contagious or infectious 

principle It- spreading, its propagation, and its vitality— The 'bid 

process -Period ■>! incubation or stage of colonization Measures of pre- 
vention treatment Facts ami observations illustrating the means by 
w Inch bvi ine plague is spread Swine plague not limited in it-> attacks to 
swine Pacts and experiments relating io treatmenl ami prevention — 
Experiments with healthy pigs— Misorosoopic examination The schizo- 
myoetes Results ami conclusions. 

[nvestigation of swine plague second report), spl. Rpt. N<>. 22, 
pp. L3 07, illus. L880. 



INDEX TO AUTHOIiS. 67 

Detmers, H. J.— Continued. 

Investigation of swine plague. Ag. Rpt. 1880, pp. 527-569, illus. 

Definition of swine plague— Symptoms — Prognosis— Morbid changi Post 

mortem examinations — Experiments — Swine plagne in other animals— The 
infections principle — The morbid process— Stage of colonization — Meas- 
ures of prevention — Experiments with carbolic acid in herds — Treatment. 

Investigation of Texas cattle fever. Ag. Ept. 1880, pp. 595-601, 
illus. 
The origin of the outbreak — Experiments— Microscopic investigation. 

Investigation of Texas cattle fever. Spl. Rpt. No. 34, pp. 1 ,( J1-1 >( J7, 
illus. 1881. 

Investigation of swine plagne (third report). Spl. Rpt. No. 31, pp. 

153-105, illus. 1881. 

Investigation of swine plagne. Ag. Rpt. 1881, pp. 316-352. 

The causes of the comparative mildness and of the Blower spreading of swine 
plague in 1880-81 — Morbid changes and morbid procesi — Experiments — 

Means <>!' prevention — Treatment of very sick animals. 

Diseases among horses in Illinois. Ag. Rpt. 1881, pp. 355-359, 
illus. 

Enzootic cerebro- meningitis among horses in Texas. Ag. Rpt. 

1881, pp. 303-371. 

Morbid changes — The causes of the enzootic — I luxation, mortality, and treat- 
ment. 

Diseases of sheep in Texas. Ag. Rpt. 188;;. pp, 68-81. 

Investigation of Southern cattle fever. [J II num. rpt., pp. I 0. i— 1 15, 

illus.. in u Contagious diseases of domestic animals.'' 188.;. 

Diseases of sheep in Texas. Unnum. rpt. pp., 177-194, illus., in 
"Contagious diseases of domestic animals." L883. 

Investigation of Southern cattle fever. 1st Rpt. 1>. A. [., pp, 426- 

l.wi. " 1885. 

Devereaux, Thomas P. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in North Carolina. Ag, Rpt. L849, 
pp. 1 12- 1 1 1. 

Devoe, W. S 

An outbreak of cattle disease in Kansas. Uth and L3tb Rpte. 
B. A. [., pp. 322-325. L897. 

De Vuyst. Paul. 

Agricultural education in Belgium. E. s. R., vol. 4, pp. 703-708. 
L893. 

Dewey, C. Frank. 

Report on Hungarian milling. Rpt. Stat. L893, pp. 38 i«». 

Dew i H 

Characteristic vegetation of the desert region from western Texas 
bo centra] Arizona. Ag. Rpt. L891, pp.351 '>~>~>. 
M< <| i: VroBopU juliflora)—Parkin8onia iexanc Ceanoihut fendleri Rhut 
microphylla — Spanish buyonel YucoabaooaU ( i itebusb Larreamexi- 
oana \< i< t>u li acia cotutricta) Vine cuctui (, i oandlewood /•■«- 
quiera splendent linole i \gav< parryi) Giant oactu 
Palo \ erde Parkineonia torreyant 



68 U S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Dewey, Lyster H. — Continued. 

The Russian thistle and other troublesome weeds in the wheat 
region of Minnesota and North and South Dakota. F. 1>. No. 
10, pp. 16, illus. 181)3. 

The Russian thistle: Its history as a weed in the United States. 
with an aeeount of the means available for its eradication. T>ot. 
Bui. No. 15, pp. 32, illus. 1894. 

Nut grass. Bot. Oirc. No. 2, pp. 4, illus. 1894. 

The Russian thistle. Bot. Circ. No. 3, pp. 8, illus. 1895. 

Weeds; and how to kill them. F. B. No. 28, pp. 31, illus. 1895. 

Mi -ration of weeds. Y. B. 1896, pp. 263-286, illus. 

General remarks — Weed migration by natural means — Weed migration by 
artificial means — History of we >d migrations — Summary. 

Tumbling mustard (/Sisymbrium altiasimum). Bot. Cire. No. 7, pp. S, 
illus. 1896. 

Legislation against weeds. Bot. Bui. No. 17, pp. 60. 1896. 

Wild garlie (Allium vineale). Bot. Circ. No. 9, pp. 8, illus. 1807. 

Three uew weeds of the mustard family. Bot. Cire. No. 10, pp. 6, 
illus. 1897. 

The camphor tree (Cinnamomum camphara). Bot. Circ. No. 12. pp, 
8, illus. 1897. 

Dewey, Osman. 

[Report on farm crops iu Vermont.] Ag. Bpt. 1851, pp. 148, 149. 

[Report on farm crops iu Vermont.] Ag. Rpt. 1852, pp. 144-146. 
Dickore, William. 

Suggestions for the better arrangement of food examinations. 
Chem. Bui. No. 38, pp. 162-164. 1893. 

Dickson, Almar F. 

[Report on the commerce of (laspe Basin, Quebec.] For. Mkts. 
Bui. No. 4, pp. 49, 50. 1895. 

Dickson, William. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Georgia.] Ag. Bpt. L849, i>p. 111-117. 

Dickson, William. 

Shoeing. SpL Bpt Dis. Borse, pp. 529-541, illus. 1890. 

Dickson, William C. 

j Report on farm crops, etc., in Georgia.] Ag. Bpt. L850, pp. 393- 
395. 

Diehl, Israel S. 

The goat. Ag. Bpt. L863, pp. 216-229, illus. 

Tin- wool bearing goat -The cashmere ;nnl Thibetian goat— The angora 
Introduction of these goate into the I oited States -What improve- 
ments can be made in the breed of goats 1 

Dietel, P. 

Notes on sonic I 'kmIiium of the United States. JOUT. Mveol., vol. 7, 
pp. 12, 13. L891. 
Dines, W. H. 

The relative merits of anemometers in general use. \\ . B, BuL 
No. 2. pt.3, pp. 699-710. illus. L896, 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 69 

Dingley, Isaac. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Massachusetts.] Ag. Rpt. 1852, pp. 
154-159. 

[Remarks on fertilizing matter in bottoms of rivers.) Ag. Rpt. 
1852, p. 163. 

Dixon, D. B. 

Hungarian millet. Ag. Rpt. 1850, p. .°,0o'. 

Dobbins, J. R. 

The spread of the Australian ladybird. I. L., vol. 2, p. 112. 1889. 

Dodge, Allen. 

Report on the condition of dairying in the principal dairy States. 
Uiinuni. rpt., pp. 36. 1880. 

Dodge, Allen W. 

Orchards: Their cultivation and management. Ag. Rpt 1849, pp. 
276-281. 

Dodge, Charles Richards. 

Vegetable libers in the collection of the Department of Agricul- 
ture. Ag. Rpt. L879, pp. 497-611. 

Economic classification of fibers— Anonacea — liahracea — Sterculiacea — Tili- 
acese — Linaoea — Legnminosa — < mafrracesa — Myrtacea — Cocarbitaceav— 
Apocynaees — Asclepiadacea — Cordiacea — Thymalaees — Urtioacen — 
Moraceae — Canabinacea — ftlusacea — Bromeliaceae — Amarj llidaceas — Pal- 
macea — Pandanacea — Liliacese — Juncacea — Cyperaceaa — Graminea — 
Dicksonieje— < >ur 1 1 ax ami hemp industries — Production — Foreign supply — 
Domestic imports :ui<1 exports— Quality — Trices — Compete ion — Manufac- 
ture —Tariff considerations — Cultivation — Ramu — Jute — Fiber machin- 
ery The cultivation of Abutilon avioenna in N<\\ Jersey, with letter <>f" 
Prof. Sylvester Waterhouse— An ad t-> encourage the production and 
treatment of fibers in the State <>i New Jersey -List <>t patents for fiber 
machinery and pi 

A descriptive catalogue of the manufactures fr native woods, em 

shown in the exhibit of the r. S. Department of Agriculture and 

;it the World's Industrial and Cotton Exposition at New Orleans, 
Louisiana. Misc. spl. Rpt. No. !>. pp. 84, L886. 

The life and entomological work of the late Townend Glover, first 
entomologist of the l . s. Department of Agriculture. Ent. Bui. 

No. is. pp. 68, illns. 1888. 

ri,i\ culture in Europe. Fiber Rpt. v <». l, pp. U-26, illus. 1890. 

The hemp industry in France, Fiber Rpt. No. I, pp. 27-31. 1890. 

The ramie machine trials. Fiber Rpt N<>. L, pp. 32-59, illus. 1890. 

Fiber prod action in America. Fiber Rpt No. L, pp. L3 7;>. illus. 
L890. 

The ramie question. Fiber Rpt. N<>. l. pp. 75 90, 1890. 

Jute and other fibers. Fiber Rpt. No. i. pp. 91 94. L890. 

Report of the special agent in charge of fiber investigations. a.g, 
Rpt 1890, pp. 151 17<). 
l'l;i\ Hemp Sisal cultivation in Florida Ramie- Other flbei 

Report of the special agent in charge of fiber investigations. a.g. 
Rpt L891, pp. NT 138, illus. 
The sisal hemp indoatrj in Florida Soil, climate, and culture- field pel 

;i. re Prt pai atiou <»i i ho Hbei fhe Has indnstrj . 



70 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Dodge, Charles Richards— Continued. 

Recent facts regarding the ramie industry in America, with brief 
statements relating- to manufacture in Hurope, etc. Fiber Rpt. 
No. 2, pp. 16, illus. USUI. 

Tbe sisal hemp plant in Florida. Fiber Rpt. No. 3, pp. 9-47, illus. 
1891. 

Report of tbe special agentin charge of fiber investigations. A.g. 

Rpt. 1<S9L\ pi>. ;^9-.37(). illus. 

Leaf fibers in southern Florida — Experiments at Oocoannt Grove I Biscayne 
Bay)— Limit of sisal hemp cultivation — Work ;it the experimental fac- 
tory — Regarding cultivation — The machine question- False Biaal hemp — 
The pineapple fiber — Bowstring hemp — New Zealand hemp. 

The ramie machine trials al New Orleans. Rpt. Stat. 1892, pp. 
347-354. 

Flax culture for fiber. Fiber Rpt. No. 1. pp. 9-39. 1892. 

Ramie culture in the South. O. E. S. Bui. No. L6, pp. 104-100. 
1893. 

Sisal hemp investigations. Fiber Rpt. No. 5, pp. 11-27, illus. 

189.;. 

False sisal hemp (Agave decipiens). Fiber Rpt. No. 5, pp. 28-33, 
illus. L893. 

Other fiber-producing agaves. Fiber Rpt. No. 5. pp. 31-43, illus. 
1893. 

Pineapple liber (Ananassa sativa). Fiber Rpt. No. 5, pp. it 51. 
1 893. 

Bowstring hem]). Fiber Rpt. No. 5, pp. 52-61, illus. 1893. 

New Zealand flax (Phormium Icna.r). Fiber Rpt. No. .*>, pp. 62-69, 
illus. 1893. 

Bear grass, or yucca liber ( Yucca filamentosa). Fiber Rpt. No. 5, 
pp. 70-73, illus. 1S9:;. 

Report of the special agent in Charge of fiber investigations. Ag. 
Rpt. L893, pp. 567-584. 

[ntrodnctory — The fiber exhibit of the Department at Chicago -The pro- 
duction of jute— Progress in t h«' ramie industry — Machines for decorl icat- 
in^ ramie for fiber trials The process of degumming ramie— Character of 
green ramie —Ramie manufactures Ramie culture in the United states 
Cultural experiments Flax culture for fiber— Flax machines— Flax cul- 
tural experiments The growth <>l' flax for export— Pineapple fiber- 
Machines for extracting the fiber Palmetto fiber industries— Uses of 
palmetto leaf, Btems, roots, etc. The indigenous bast fibers. 

A report on the uncultivated bast fibers of the Dinted States. 
including the history of previous experiments with the plants or 
libcis, and brief statements relating to the allied species thai 
are produced commercially in the Old World, fiber Rpt, No. 0, 
pp. 54, illus. L894. 

Facts concerning ramie. X". B. 1894, pp. 143 t60, illus. 

History and description The industry in America Comparison of ramie 
:iikI il;i\ Methods of decortication Climate, soil, and oultnre Harvest 
the orop Yield of ramie Extracting the fiber ^fter-processes and 
manufacl are. 

Report of the Office of Fiber Investigations. A.g. Rpt. L894, pp. 
197, L98. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 71 

Dodge, Charles Richards — Continued. 

A report on the cultivation of ramie in the Tinted States, with 
statements concerning the practice in foreign countries, cost oi 
cultivation, and percentages of yield, t lie machine question, and 
preparation of the fiber for manufacture. Fiber Bpt. No. 7. pp. 
63, illus. 1895. 

Flax for seed and fiber. F. B. No. 27, pp. 16. 1895. 

Bemp culture. V. B. 1895, pp. 215-222. 

Report of the Office of Fiber Investigations. Ag. Bpt. 1895. pp. 1ST, 
188. 

A report on the culture of hem]) and jute in the United States, 
with statements concerning the practice in foreign countries, the 
preparation of the fiber for market, and remarks on the machine 
question. Fiber Bpt. Xo. 8, pp. 4:\. illus. 1896. 

Report of the Office of Fiber Investigations. Ag. Bpt. 1896, pp. 

27, 28. 

Report of the Special Agent of the Office of Fiber Investigations. 
Ag. Bpt 1897, pp. 21-24. 

A descriptive catalogue of the useful fiber plants <>f the world. 
including the structural and economic classifications of fibers. 

Fiber Bpt No. ( J, pp. 301, illus. 1897. 

Dodge, Harvey. 

Farming in Worcester. Massachusetts. Ag. Bpt. L 850, pp. 268-277. 
Agricultural education. Ag. Bpt. 1851, pp. 19-30. 

Dodge, J. A. 

Condition of the poultry and egg industry. 8th and 9th Bpts. 
B.A. I., pp. 305-334. L893. 

Dodge, J. E. 

Beporl on fattening of pigs. Ag. R|>t. L850, p. 191, 

Dodge, J. R. 

West Virginia. Ag. Bpt. 1863, pp. 42-87. 

Location— Population— Education and progress — State <>f improvement — 
Forest lands — climate —Altitude— Temperature Rainfall —Salubrity— 
Surface and soil— Table of farm? Lands and farm stock in the valley coun- 
ties in I860— Table of farm products The mountains -The "panhandle" - 
The river conn ties- The Kanawha Valley — Southern counties- The central 
counties— Statistics of production— Statemenl of the number and value <d' 
differenl kinds of live stock— 8tatemen1 exhibiting the qnautitj and 
valne of sonic of the principal items oi farm produce— Minerals— Mineral 
springs Travertine Limestone Sail Iron — Coal — Internal improve- 
ments Roads -Improvement of rivers -Railroads -Political organization. 

Maize paper and maize cloth. Ag. Bpt 1863, pp. 436 I 

Birds mid bird laws. A.g. Bpt. L864, pp. L3J M»>. 

i -■ j of bird — A balance in animal production necessary— Their utilil 
insect destroyers False charges refuted — How to proteel the birds U 

<>!' i.ii d and game la \\ s. 

Consular correspondence. A.g. Bpt 1^<>I. pp. i^; 504. 

Qasne* Basin, Canada i »ra Pita fiber — Dye and cabinet woods of 
Honduras- Coffee in Nicaragua -Cotton ami otuei Brazilian products 
< otton in Panama- < otton in Pern \ allej <>i the Huanoabamba Cotton 
and sugar of Pernambuco The vncoa Lobos islands guana Vgricnlture 
of Sweden Exports ol Denmark in 1862 Decrease of production in Ire- 
land agricultural export* of Russiu State nts of exports from Russia 

during ii\ e years, from 18 >7 to 1862, im lusi\ »• borage plants in l'i ■. 



72 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Dodge, J. R.— Continued. 

Tobacco in Italy — Wine crop of France — The wheat crop of France — 
Turnip-rooted chervil— Grapes and other products of Malaga — Exports 
from Brindisi, Italy — Products of the Ionian Isles — Cochineal in Teneriffe — 
Trade of Tripoli — ( totton in Morocco — Plenro-pnenmonia — Grapevines from 
Japan. 

China grass. Ag. Rpt. 1865, pp. 347-352. 

Long-wool sheep. Ag. Rpt. 1865, pp. 479-484, illus. 

Madder. Ag. Rpt. 1865, pp. 339-346. 

Properties and uses — Imports — Climate and soil — Culture in Zealand — Cul- 
ture in Fiance. 

The eat tie plague in Europe. Ag. Kpt. 18G5, pp. 550-509. 

1 Mstory of the disease— The disease in Great Britain— Cattle plagne in India — 
Nature of the disease — Symptoms — A discovery — Effects — Means of pre- 
vention — British cattle-plagne act — Laws of continental nations— Ameri- 
can cattle in danger. 

Report of the Statistician. Ag. Kpt. 1865, pp. 54-87. 

The crops of 18(55 — Average value of crops per acre — The farm stock of 1865 — 
Table showing the total value of live stock — Farm stock of the Foiled 
States and Europe — Sheep killed by dogs— Prod action and consumption of 
wool— Agricultural exports — New York cattle supply for 1865 — Wool prod- 
nets of the Pacific coast— Immigration at New York. 

The Jarjues "Cream-pot" stock. Ag. Rpt. 1806, pp. 202-294. 

Why and where mutton sheep are profitable. Ag. Bpt. 1866, pp. 
:;i'l-:;54. illus. 

Weight of lleeces — Breeding to grease — Hardiness — Production of mutton. 
Report of the Statistician. Ag. Rpt. L 866, pp. 51-96. 

The crops of 1866 — The cotton crop — Agricultural statistics of Great Brit- 
ain F;u ni products and domestic animals in Europe— Farm stock in L866 
Health and condition of farm stock — Diseases of cat tie— Spanish fever — 
Diseases of horses — Diseases of sheep — Diseases of hogs— Depredations of 
dogs— Wages of farm Labor — Board of farm laborers -Comparison with 
European labor — Imports of wools and woolens— Agricultural exports — 

Receipts a1 New York cattle market in 1866. 

Beporl of the Statistician. Ag. Kpt, L867, pp. 77-li's. 

Crops of 1867 — Farm stock— Condition of farm stock — Cattle— Sheep — 
I loi << - -Hogs Sugar production in Louisiana — Relative value of lands in 
the United States Change in farm values- Value of unimproved lands — 
Wool and woolens— Agricultural exports. 

Report of the editor. Ag. Bpt. 1868, p. 190. 

Report of the Statistician. Ag. Rpt. 1868, pp. H>-.>s. 

Wheat— < lorn— Cotton— Crops of L868 Condition and number of farm stock — 
Diseases of cattle flic Spanish Fever— Missouri — Illinois Indiana — 
Ohio Kansas Diseases of horses Diseases of swine- Diseases of sheep 
i bs and depredations by dogs Exports ol wheat and corn -Exports of 
corn Imports of wool and woolens Agricultural exports immigration - 
r production in Louisiana The great Btock markets Boston li\o 
markets Receipts of cattle in Chicago, 1867-68— Prices of bread- 
si nfts at New York. 

Report <>f tbo editor. Ag. Rpt. 1869, pp. 157, L68, 

Report of tbe Statistician. Ag. Rpt. L869, pp. 20-59. 

< ropa "i 1869 Number and condition of farm stock Diseases of cattle- 
Diseases of hi • eases of sheep Diseases of swine Number and 
price of farm animals Livestock markets Port packing in the West 
: production in Europe Pricesof farm products Imports of wool and 

wool. i .'-nit hi .i I exports — ( tone sugar product ion Hemp and flax 

Iimni"! at ion. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 73 

Dodge, J. R. — Continued. 

Report of the Statistician. Ag. Rpt 1870. pp. 24-G4. 

Crops of 1870— Number and condition of farm stock— Diseases of cattle — 
Diseases of horses — Diseases of sheep — Diseases of swine — Live --Turk 
markets — Southwestern Virginia cattle trade — Wool production and con- 
sumption — Production of other countries — Cotton consumption — Market 
prices of farm products for 1870 — Immigration — Agricultural export-. 

Report of the editor. Ag. Rpt. L870, pp. 153-155. 

Report of the editor. Ag. Rpt. 1871, pp. 123, 124. 

Report on statistical and historical investigations of* the progress 

and results of the Texas cattle disease, his. Cattle, pp. 176-202. 

1871. 

Report of the Statistician. Ag. Rpt. 1871, pp. 13-68, illus. 

The crops of 1X71 — The crop estimates of 1X71 — Condition of farm animals — 
The wool business — Rice production — Census of 1X70 — statement of the 
dumber of acres of improved and unimproved lands in farms in the states 
and Territories, and of the value of farms and farm implements— State- 
ment showing the distribution of farm animals in proportion to the 
population in the several states in 18t>o and ls7<» Market prices of farm 
products for 1X71 — Live stock markets — Pork packing in the West. 

Report of the Statistician. Ag. Rpt L872, pp. 0-1 1 2. ill us. 

Ihe crop of 1872 — Condition of farm animals— Condition of stock in the 
spring—] diseases of farm animals— -Prices of farm animals— Tables showing 
the est i ma let 1 total number and total value of each kind of live stock, and 
theai srage price in January. 1873— The forests of the United star- a Agri 
cultural exports — Distribution of agricultural exports— Statement 1>\ 
countries, showing the value of agricultural products exported from the 
United States to Foreign countries during the fiscal year— Statement by 
countries, showing the export of agricultural implements during the fiscal 
year— Market prices of farm products during 1872— Live stock market— 
Pork packing in the West. 

Agriculture of the Old World. Mo. Rpt 1873, pp. 557-562. 

French schools of agriculture. M<>. Rpt. 1874, pp. 212-220. 

Practical hints from agricultural statistics. If o. Rpt. 1874, pp. 260- 
266. 

I Isee of agricultural statistics— the breadth of our statistical field — Statisti 
<al test of current practices Weak point in New England agriculture \ 

Western fallacy— Folly of foreign dependence The err t the South 

Southern manufacturing— the collection of statistics— Conclusions. 

Report of the statistician. Ag. Rpt L874, pp. 15- L21. 

The crops of is? I Condition of farm animals -Table showing the estimated 
total number and value of each kind of live stock and the ai erage price 
I lie tobacco crop The small crop <>f l v T I \ arieties and u-. b Rotation 
Culture and curing -Marketing -The exportation Wheat-drilling vs. 
broadcasting -Public lands of the United States Agricultural ex] orts 
Exports of cereals Flour and (grain movements Recapitulation — Live 
stock markets Pork packing— Bummer packing Pork packing on (he 
Pacific slope Pork packing in the seaboard cities Immigration Market 
prices of farm products for !>7i I lie personnel and profit of our agricul 
tare. 

Report of the Statistician. Ag. Rpt 1875, pp. 17 i u, illus. 
Crop estimates for the year Numbers and condition of farm anin 
tennial statistics Maps Diagrams < harts rhe tobacco crop Flour 

and grain movements l> estic trade Recapitulation Live-stock mai 

kets Pork packing Pork packing in the Bast Pork packing ou the 
Pacific slope Agricultural exports Market prices of farm produ< 
187.~> — ld\ e-stock market i. 



74 F. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Dodge, J. R.— Continued. 

The sheep and wool of the world. Ag. Rpt. 1875, pp. 207-244, 

illus. 

Progress of the century in sheep raising— Effect of circumstance in modify- 
ing breeds — Growth of demand for wool and of supply — The international 
show of sheep — Recent improvements and present status of sheep hus- 
bandry—Increase of production and manufacture. 

Is production declining? Mo. Rpt. 1876, pp. 167, 458. 

Extract from an address on cereal production. 

Digest of monthly [crop] returns. Mo. Rp. 1876, pp. 3-31. 

Digest of April [crop] returns Mo. Rpt. 1876, pp. 75-103. 

Winter wheat prospects — Condition of farm animals — Diseases of farm ani- 
mals — Wool clip of 1875 — The tobacco crop. 

lieport of the Statistician. Ag. Rpt. 187(1, pp. 87-282, illus. 

Crop estimates of the year — Crops of the past year — Numbers and condition 
of farm animals— Cotton investigation — The cotton area — Acreage in corn 
and cotton — Fertilizers — Changes in modes of culture — Decrease in size of 
farms — Labor — White labor in cotton glowing. — Freedmen land-owners — 
Cost and price — Instances of large yields — Varieties of seed — Increase of 
area in supply products— Summary of results — Sugar production — Sugar 
production in the United States— Beet sugar — Sorghum— Maple sugar — 
Grape sirup — Sugar from watermelons — Agricultural exports— Recapitula- 
tion —Flour and grain movements —Domestic trade — Live-stock markets — 
Pork packing in the West: on the Pacific Slope; Canada — Pork product 
of winter packing — Exports of hog products — Comparative exports — Mar- 
ket prices of farm products for lS7(i — Live-stock markets — International 
statistics — Population and areas — Average quantity of seed sown per 
acre — Relations with South America. 

Report of* the Statistician. A-\ Rpt. 1877, pp. 149-228, illus. 

Crop estimates of 1*77 — Western movement of wheat and corn growing — 
Numbers and prices of horses and mules -Numbers and prices of cattle — 
Numbers and prices of sheep and swine — Rice — I'la\ and tlax products in 
the United states — Manufactures — Our agricultural exports — Recapitula- 
tion—Exports of four years of bread, meat, and cotton— Quantity and 
value of cheese exportation— Distribution of our agricull nral products- 
Prices of farm products —Weights per bushel in the several states — Dist ri- 
bution of farm products— Flour barrels — Market prices of farm products 
in 1877— Live stock markets— Pork packing in the West; in the Fast; on 
the Pacific Blope; in Canada— Recapitulation. 

Report of the Statistician. Ag. Rpt. 1881, pp. 577-667. 

The crops of L881 — Corn — "Wheat Oats Barley- Rye -Buokwheat— Pota- 
toes -Crop estimates for 1881- Cattle exports — Advance in price of 
beeves I arm animals at Chicago — Winter feeding of farm animals — 
Growth Of the cotton industry — Acreage Increase of production of cere 

als A verage yield by States Seeding of wheal proportion of drilled ami 
advantages 01 drilling— Rates of wages of farm laborers in the United 
States— Transient wages in harvest— Population — Karma of the United 
states Sugarcane Incomplete returns of the State assessors pork pack 

Our agricultural exports Market prices of farm products for L881 
Live stock markets Railroad building — The Division and its work. 

Report of tbe Statistician. A.g. Rpt. 1882, pp. 667-676. 

Crops of the year i vv i' Corn whe.it Oats Barley— Potatoes— Cotton- 
Sugar production Seeding of winter grain. 

Report of the Statistician. Ag. Rpt. L883, pp. 251-428. 

i i >p estimate Numbers and values of horsey lee, mil oh cows, 

oxen and otbei cattle, Bheep, and bogs Wintering of farm animals 
Recent improvement in cattle Stock statistics Employment of the peo- 
ple Relation of agriculture to other industries Value of lands -Income 
of the farmer— Wages of laboi -Our wheat exports— Exports of corn— 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 75 

Dodge, J. R.— Continued. 

Rank of States in grain production — Consumption and distribution of corn 
and wheat — Corn-surplus States — Increase of farms — Sorghum — Value of 
the sorghum crop — American competition with European agriculture — A 
crisis in German agriculture — Transmarine competition in food products — 
Gatellieron cheap fertilization — Exports of agriculture— Dairy statistic! — 
Freight rates — Market prices of farm products— European -t;iti>tics. 

Agricultural production for American consumption. Kpt. Stat.. 
Sept., 1884, pp. 41-45. 

Farm prices of the crop of 1884. Rpt. Stat., Dec, 1S84. pp. 11-1 1. 

Report of the Statistician. Ag. Kpt. 1884, pp. 419-565, illns. 

Methods of crop reports — Crop estimates of 1883 — Meteorological influi 
of the season — Number and values of horses, mules, milch COWS, oxen and 
other cattle, slice]), and hogs by States — Condition-, diseases, and LoSGM - of 
farm animals — Percentage of high-grade cattle — Improvement by breed- 
ing— Live-stock distribution — Proportion of breeds imported — Dome-tic 
consumption of corn — Proportion of merchantable corn — Amount of wheat 
on hand in March -Weight of wheat — Proportion of land in farms — Farm 
values of products of agriculture— < )ther industries increase farm values — 
Average wages per month— Value of farm animals — Increase of farm 
animals in thirty years — Progress of wheat production in thirty years 
field per acre of wheat — Product of wheat per head— Exportation of 
wheat in lift y -eight years — Product per bead of the wheat of Europe and 
the United States — Yield of corn in 1879 and 1883 in groups of States 
Annual variation in yield of corn — Yield per acre of coin — Product pel 
head of corn — Progress of corn production— Exportation of corn in fifty- 
eight years— Effect of the varying product on price of corn — Production 
Of c(-reals in thirty years — Production and export of corn and wheat — 
Product and export of cereals— Product per head of all cereals— Progress 
of cotton production — Area of cotton — Sugar consumption and pro- 
duction—Railway facilities of the world — Farm values — Farm and forest 
areas — Forest lands in farms — Agricultural production for American con- 
sumption — Agricultural exports of 1883-84 — Ontario statistics— Agricul- 
tural statistics of Great Britain— Australasian statistics— Railroad and 
telegraph mileage — Production of wine in France — Wheat production in 
India— Yield of field crop- in Russia — Market price- of farm products for 
1884 Live-stock markets— Freight rate- of 1884 Crops of the year 1884— 
Meteorological conditions — Farm prices of the crop of 1884. 

Applied science as a factor of rural production. Rpt. Stat., July, 
1885, pp. 31-36. 

| Address before the National Swine Breeders' Association at 
Chicago, November 11, 1885.] Rpt. Stat.. Dec. 1885, pp. 26 32. 

Extent of home consumption— Variableness of production— One waj to 
Increase consumption— History of exports— Trichina— Foreign prohibi- 
tion—Libeling the American bog What Bhall bedonel 

A report of exhibits illustrating agricultural statistics a1 the 

World's Industrial and Cotton Exposition at New Orleans, 
Louisiana. I'minni. rpt., pp, 12, diag. 1885. 

Report of the Statistician. A.g. Rpt. 1885, pp, 345-430, illns. 
Value and production of oats, wheat, corn, rye, barley j and bnck wheal foi 
i series of years Aggregate of potatoes, nay, and tobaooo Crop esti 
mates for i vv i Farm animals— Market prices of cattle— Swine breeding 
in America -The wheat distribution Product ion and exportation Effects 
of pro.lint on price increase of wheat vie hi Hie potatoes of the world 
tgrioultura] exports and imports Wages of farm laboi tgrirultnral 
implement- The money v.iliie of scientific agriculture transportation 
rates Cereal supplj of Europe The crops of the yt ai remperatnre and 
rainfall* Corn wheat Oats Other oereals Potato d Winter 

wheat— Farm prices l lax Farm animals Live stock in foreign coun- 
tries international dairj statistic*-— Foreign customs— Imports— Con- 
clusion. 



7G U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Dodge, J. R. — Continued. 

Report of the Statistician. Ag. Rpt. 1886, pp. 359-458. 

Sp dilation and crop reporting — What does 100 moan .' — Hie old-fashioned 
plan of crop reporting — Domestic distribution and consumption of corn — 
Proportion of merchantable corn — Valne of corn crop — Quantity and 
value of corn exportation from 1881 to 1886 — Consumption and distribu- 
tion of wheat from 1881 t<> 1887 — Value of the wheat crop from 1875 to 
L886 — Exportation of wheat — Value and production of oats. rye. barley, 
buckwheat, hay, tobacco, and cotton— Kemarks on the cotton crops- 
Farm animals— Estimated number and value of horses, mules, milch cows, 
oxen and other cattle, slice]), and hogs — Supply and demand of when t and 
corn tor live years -Debts of farmers by States — Frauds upon farmers — 
Agricultural exports vs. imports — Transportation rates — Foreign trade of 
South America — Railroads — Farm animals of the world — Foreign farm 

St atisl LC8. 

Report of the Statistician. Ag. Rpt. L887, pp. 523-604, illus. 

Current crop statistics— Production and value of corn, wheat, oats, cotton. 
Irish potatoes, and flax for a series of years— Crop estimates for 1886 
Farm animals, their number and valne — Swine products and exports — The 
world's wheat surplus — Surplus prod nets of American agriculture — Wages 
of farm labor — Kent of farms — International statistical Institute — Trans- 
portation rates— Transatlantic rates — Conclusion. 

Report of the Statistician. Ag. Bpt. L888, pp. 105-476. 

Current crop statistics— Crops of the year — Coin— Wheat — Oats — Bye — Bar- 
ley — liuehw heat — All cereals— Potatoes — Tobacco — Hay— < Irop estimates 
for 1887— Farm animals— Numbers — Values — Condition of farm animals- 
Horses — Cattle — Sheep — Hogs— Commercial movement of farm animals — 
Sheep— Swim — Transportation rates — Transatlantic rates — Agricultural 
exports and imports— Statistics of Japan— Population — Territorial area- 
Farm animals—Silk production — Production of tea — Production of sugar — 
Wages— Exports and imports— Railroads, telegraphs, etc.— Egyptian agri- 
culture—Fruit trees and vines— Farm animals — Exports and average price 
of cotton Production from sugar cane in the Daira Saniefa — Agriculture 
in Australia — Distribution of land in Prance — Number and size of farms — 
Wheat crop of India — Hoj) prod net ion of Europe — Comparative rates of 
yield— Division work and methods. 

Report of the Statistician. Ag. Rpt. 1889, pp. 201-272. 

Current crop production — Corn — Wheat — < »ats Barley— Rye— Buckwheai — 
All cereals— Tobacco- Potatoes— Hay— Crop estimates for 1888 — Farm 
animals— Distribution of cattle, sheep, and swine — Foreign agricultural 
exchanges— Wool production in the United States — Home production of 
wool Wool imports So-called carpet wools — Cheapness controls impor- 
tation —Summary of the supply Bee-keeping— Foreign trade and the 
American surplus — Wheat— Cotton Wool -Tobacco — The possibilities of 
agricultural exportation— Distribution of corn and wheat— The arid 
lands— Transit ion— Irrigating problems Transportation rates— Reduction 

in foreign rates. 

Album of agricultural graphics of the United states. Charts. 
1889. 

Report of the Statistician. Ag. Rpt. L890, pp. 278 360, illus. 
Crop of the year— Cereal crops of the year in detail— Corn— Wheat I late- 
Farm animals Distribution pf domestic animals— Cattle sheep 
Swine Progress of American dairying — The domestic food Bupply Wages 
of fa in i Labor Wages per mouth by the year Fluctuation or agricull ural 
prices The price of corn Wheal prices— Chicago prices of cereals 
I otton production and trade of the world Production of the world - 
Trade of the world Statistical graphics -Album of agricultural 
graphics Imports and exports of agricultural products — Foreign dis- 
tribution of cerealn Sugar production in Europe Agriculture in 
Canafta Agriculture in Mexico South American statistics Argentine 

Republic \ ene/iiela Colombia Pan A iiiei ican t rade Transportation 

rates Kates Troiii Missouri River points Reduction in all rail rates 
Monihh rates from ( liicago Lake ami canal rates Transatlantic rates. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 77 

Dodge, J. R. — Continued. 

Report of the Statistician. Ag. Kpt. 1891, pp. 273-340. 

Crops of the year — Meteorology — Effect of th»se conditions on the crops — A 
brief of crop records- The main cereal crops — Wheat — Distribution and 
consumption of breadstuff's — Corn — Wheat — Permanency of agricultural 
production — Europe nearly self-supporting — Our resources not exhausted — 
The surplus not limited — The wheat surplus not immediately exhausti- 
ble — Nor is wheat-growing declining in Europe — The Indian scare— Con- 
clusions— Official returns of Russian cereals — Gradual development of 
crop statistics — Official record of Russian cereals — Numbers and values of 
farm animals — Commercial movement of farm animals — Meat exportation — 
Agricultural exports and imports— Foreign tariffs on farm products — 1 taties 
under reciprocity treaties — Transportation rates — Transatlantic rates — 
The Erie Canal. 

Album of agricultural graphics. Charts. 1891. 

| Address before the Patrons of Husbandry of Concord, New Hamp- 
shire. November 16, 1892.] Kpt. Stat. 1892, pp. .580-391. 

Report of the Statistician. Ag. Kpt. 1892, pp. in.;- 170. 

( rops of the year — Meteorology — Crop history of the year — The main cereal 
crops — Corn — Wheat — < >ats —Winter wheat — Flaxseed — Farm prices- 
Primary prices of farm products — Prices on primary markets— Wheat 
growing in India — The grain surplus — Farm animals — Numbers and values — 
Distribution and consumption — Corn — Value of the crop — Wheat — Agri- 
cultural products of the world — Wheat — Corn — Oats — The wool of the 
world — Incomplete assessors' rel urns — Beet-sugar production — Transporta- 
tion rates — Lake and canal rates — Transatlantic ra; 

Dodge, Miss L. C. 

Education of farmers' daughters. Ag. Kpt. 180(1. pp. 1 1 l-ir>4. 

Nat ion al ideas m education —A rural ideal — Mental training — Moral culture — 
Physical development — Domestic economy. 

Dodge, Martin. 

[Address on road improvement.] Road Inq. Bui. No. LO, pp. 24-29. 
L894. 

Road building in Ohio. Road [nq. Bui. No. 17, pp. U>-2:>, illus. 
1896. 

Doremus, David R. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., id New Jersey.! Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp. 
231, 232. 

Don, S. M. 

Marbles of Rutland County, Ver at. Ag.Rpt L862,pp, 149 162. 

Dorset, Marion, and E. A. de Schweinitz. 

The growth of the tuberculosis bacillus upon acid media. B. a . I. 
Bui, No. L3, pp. 7-10, illus. 1896. 

Doubleday, A. 

Letter on cost of raising wheat and coin. A.g. Rpt, 18 17. pp, 101, 
L02. 

[Report on farm crops, etc, in New fork. A.g, Rpt, L848, pp. 
412 in. 

Dougherty, Edward. 

[Report on (arm crops, etc., in Texas. \g. Rpt. L861, pp. 339-342. 

Douglas, Thomas 

Silk culture. A.g. Rpt L845, pp. 324 328. 



78 U S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Dowline-, N. J. 

[Address on road improvement.] Road Inq. Bui. No. 10, pp. 3(>--o8. 
1894. 

Drake, W. E. 

What mechanical work shall we give to the students of our agri- 
cultural colleges! O. E. 8. Bui. No. 24, pp. 71-74. 1895. 

Draper, Daniel. 

Relative merits of the various types of registering maximum and 
minimum thermometers. YV. 1>. Bui. No. 2, pt. 3, pp. 710-718, 
illus. 1890. 

Drisko, George W. 

| Report ou farm crops, etc., in Maiue.J Ag. Rpt. 1850, pp. 422-426. 

[Report ou farm crops, etc., iu Maine.] Ag. Rpt. 1851*, pp. L20-124. 

Drury, Erastus W. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in VViseousiu.J Ag. Rpt. 1849, pp. 
191, 192. 

Dudley, P. H. 

Structure of certain timber ties; behavior and causes of their decay 
in the roadbed, together with experiments on the adhesion of 
spikes. For. Bui. No. 1, pp. 31-02, illus. 1887. 

Dudley, Timothy. 

[ Report on farm crops, etc., iu Adams County, Illinois.] Ag. Rpt. 
1848, pp. 542-544. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Illiuois.] Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp. 443, 
444. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Illiuois.] Ag. Rpt. 1852, pp. 323-327. 
Duffle, Matthew M. 

[Report on the commerce of Winnipeg, Manitoba.] For. Mkts. 
Bui. No. 1. pp. 65, 00. 1895. 

Duges, Eugene. 

Description of* Leonia rileyi, a new nieloid genus Ilornia. I. L., 
vol. 1. pp. 211-213, illus." L889. 

Duggan, T. H. 

[ Report on farm crops, etc., in Texas.] Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp. 348, 349. 
Duggar, J. F. 

Sweet potatoes: Culture and uses. V. \\. No. 20, pp. 30, illus. 
1895. 

Potato culture. P. Ii. No. 35, pp. 24, illus. L896. 

Dunbavaid, Joseph. 

"Gang," "driven," ;m<l artesian wells. B. Rpt. No. 928, pt. 3, 
pp. 391 393, illus. L890. 

Dumble, E. T. 

Report on the existence of artesian waters west of the ninety 

seventh meridian, etc. B. Ex, Doe. NO. 222, pp. 99-102. L890. 

Duncan, T. C. 

Ostrieh farming in America. Ag. Rpt L888, pp. 686-702, illus. 

The first ostrioh farm in America —The seoond farm — 1 liffioulties in acclimati- 
zation Obstacles iu the way— Ostriches an attraction M<>iv farms -Incu- 
bators mil ostrich eggs A glimpse of ostrioh farming in Africa — The 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 79 

Duncan, T. C— Continued. 

ostrich family — Peculiar anatomy of the 8truthio canelua — Diseases and 
defects — What ostriches eat — Ages, distinguishing features, and manage- 
ment — Royal plumes, plucking and profits — Ostrich eggs and meat as 
choice food — General utility of the ostrich — Ostrich tanning at other 
points — Invitations from Mexico and Guatemala — Present pri 
os1 riches. 

Dunlap, Albert. 

Investigation of swine plague, Spl. Rpt. No. 12, pp. 135-156. 1870. 
Dunlap, M. L. 

Agricultural machinery. Ag. Rpt. 1803, pp. 416-435, illus. 

Machines for preparing the soil — The steel clipper plow — Gang plows— The 
steam plow — The rotary spader — Trial of implements — The plow, or two- 
horse cultivator — The double-shovel plow — The roller and the harrow — 
The iron roller — Broadcast seed sowers and drills-Machines for the 
meadow — Hay rakes — Baling and shipping — Harvesting grain — Binding 
with wire twenty acres— To harvest by hand twenty acres— Thrashing and 
cleaning — The thrashing of clover — Draining— Mole drains — Farm mills — 
Sorghum mills. 

Dunn, H. D. 

California: Her agricultural resources. Ag. Rpt. 18G0. op. 581- 
610. 

Soil and climate — Population — Cereals — Stock raising — Dairy products — 
Honeybee) — Green fruits — Seniitropical fruits— Dried fruits — Nut fruits — 
Berry and other small fruits — Vegetables — Textile fibers — Woolgrowing — 
Silk growing — Tobacco — Sorghum— Sugar beets — Sugar cane— Rice— Nut- 
megs, tea, and peppers— Timber trees and their products— Wines and 
brandies -General remarks— Advantages and drawbacks of agriculture— 
The great wants of California. 

Productions of California. Mo. Rpt. 1868, pp. -J0-.*>0. 

Dunwoody, H. H. C. 

Summary of international meteorological observations. W. 1>. 
annum, rpt., pp. 10, illus. 1893. 

Weather conditions of the crop of L892. Ag. Rpt. 1891, pp. 586-596. 

state Weather Service Division. A.g. Rpt. L892, pp. 587-626. 

I nt roducl ion— Publications— Thunderstorms — Voluntary stai ions — Map dis- 
plays at r. >. Capitol— Improvement of tin- weather service — Koutine 
w ork — < )|»erat Ions of State weather services. 

Weather conditions of bhe crop of L892, A.g. Rpt, 1892, pp. 579- 
587, illus. 

The value of forecasts. V. B. L894, pp. L21 L28. 

Diversified Interests affected h.\ forecasts interests directly benefited by 
forecasts— The storm <>f March 27, L890 — The "Sea Islands" and •• trop- 
ical" storms Saving of property and life Extracts from annual reports 
of \ ai Ions stations. 

Functions of State weather services. W. 15. BoL No. 2, pt. L, pi>. 
9-13. L894. 

State weather Bervioe organizations. W. 15. Bui, No, •_*. pt, 2, pp. 
285-291. L895. 

Durley, James. 

[Report <»n farm crops, etc., in Wisconsin. \_. Rpt. L852, pp. 
330 332. 

Dnstin, Nathan. 

Report on farm crops, etc., In Ohio. A.g. Rpt L861, pp, 



80 U. 8. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Dyar. Harrison G. 

Preparatory stages of Syntomeida epilais and Scepsis edwardtii, 

I. L.. vol', 2. pp. 360-362. 1890. 

Description of certain lepidopterous larva 1 . I. L., vol..'), pp. 6L-63. 
1890. 

Description of certain lepidopterous larva'. I. L., vol. 3, pp. 389- 

391. 1891. 
A list of Sphingidae and Bombycidae taken by electric lamps at 

Poughkeepsie, New York. I. L., vol. 3, pp. 322-325. 1891. 

Dyer, Reuben F. 

investigation of swine plague. Spl. Rpt. No. 12, pp. 15G-KJ5. L879. 

Dyer, S. Allen. 

[Report on the experiments in the production of rainfall.] S. Ex. 

Doc. No. 4.~). pp. o9-41. L892. 

Dyrenforth, R. G. 

[Experiments in the production of rainfall. | S. Ex. Doc. No. 45, 
pp. 59, illus. 1892. 

Earle, F. S. 

[Report <>n experiments with fungicides.] Bot. I>ul. No. 11. pp. 
83-88. 1890. 

Earle, Henry M. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in South Carolina. | Ag. Rpt. L852, 
pp. 91-93. 

Easby, William B. 

[ Report on farm crops, etc., in Tennessee.] Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp. 
353-355. 

Eastman, B. F. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in .Maine.) Ag. Rpt. I860, pp. 218, 219, 

Eastman, H. H. 

Details of an experiment on raising potatoes in the year L852. Ag. 
Rpt. 1852, pp. 11 1-117. 

Eaton, Daniel C. 

List of mosses from Fuegia and Patagonia collected by the I'.s. S. 
Albatross in 1887-1891. Cont, Nat. Herb., vol. L, pp. L38, L39. 
L890-1895. 

Eckfeldt, J. W. 

last of lichens from California and Mexico collected i>v Dr. Edward 
rainier from L888 to 1892. Cont. Nat. Herb., vol. 1, pp. 291, 292 
L890-1895. 

Eckstein, D. 

Report on agriculture in the Netherlands in L885. Rpt. Stat L886, 
pp. 83,84. 

Bdelman, M. Th. 

On the construction of earth-magnetic instruments, VY. B. BuL 
No. 2, pt. 2, pp. 522-539, illus. 1895. 

Edmunds, J. M. 

forest. s. Mo. Rpt. L869, pp. 22-25, 

ill.- QMfl of forests Theii waste Preservation -Growth The plains and 
plateau. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 81 

Edson, Hubert. 

Record of experiments at the sugar experiment station on Calumet 

plantation, Pattersonville, Louisiana. Chein. Bui. So. 23, pp. 42. 

1M). 

Edwards, Heury. 

Notes on noises made by Lepidoptera. 1. L., vol. 2, pp.H-15. 18S9. 
Birth of a beautiful exotic lepidopterons insect in New York. 
I. L.,voL3, pp.310, 317,Ulus. 1891. 

Notes on the habits and earlier stages of Cryptophasa unipunctata 

in Australia. I.L., vol..*), pp. 384-386, illus. L891. 

Edwards, Joseph, and John Miller. 

[Report on farm crops in Delaware.] Ag. Bpt. 1849. pp. 121 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Pennsylvania. J Ag. Bpt. 1850, pp. 
149-169. 

Edwards, Joseph, and Minshall Painter. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Pennsylvania.] Ag. Bpt. 1848, pp. 
436-454. 

Edwards, Samuel. 

Timber on the prairies. Ag. Bpt. 1802, pp. 495-498. 

Edwards, William W. 

j Report on forming operations in New York. J Ag. Bpt. 1850, pp. 
467, 408. 

Eggleston, William. 

The Randall .mass. Ag. Bpt. 185(1, p. .105. 

Egleston, N. H. 

Forestry Division. Ag. Bpt. 1883, pp. 444-462. 

Report on forestry. Forestry Bpt., vol. l. pp. 121. L884. 

The value ami management of Government timber lands. Misc. 
Spl. Bpt. No. 5. pp. 1 1-17. L884. 

Report <>f the Chief of Division of Forestry, Ag. Bpt L884, pp. 
137-180. 

Report of the Chief of Division of Forestry. Ag. Bpt. L885, pp. 
L83-206, illus. 

Forest experiment stations Id connection with agricultural colleges. 
Misc. Spl. Bpt. No. 9, pp. 163 L68. L8 

Connection of railroads with forest (ires. For. Bui, No. L, pp. 128 
L32. L887. 

Summary <>f legislation for the preservation of timber or forests on 
the public domain. For. Bui. No. 2 f pp. 212 220. i 

Arbor day: it - history and observance. [Jnnum. rpt«, pp. 80. 1896. 

Eisen, Gustavo. 

Cultivation of the raisin grape by irrigation. B. Ex. Doc. N 
pp. 226 233, L891. 

The fust introduction of Blastopkaga p$ene$ into California. 1. I... 

vol. I. pp. L28, L29. L891. 
21713- No. i G 



82 U. S. DEPARTMENT OE AGRICULTURE. 

Eldred, F. S. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Wisconsin.] Ag. Kpt. L852, pp. 329, 
330. 

Eliot, John. 

Droughts and famines in India. W. B. Bui. No. 2, pt. 2, pp. 444- 
169. L895. 

Elliot, D. G. 

The '-game birds" of the United States. Ag. Kpt. 1804, pp. 
356-385, illns. 

Wild turkey (MeleagrU gallopavo) — Mexican wild turkey (M, tnexicanua) — 
Ocellated turkey (M, ocellata) — Cock of the plains (Cmirocen-us uropha- 
8ianus) — Ruffed grouse (Bonasa umbellus) — Sabine's grouse (B, sabuui)— 
Allied gronse (B. umbelloides) — Prairie hen (Cupidonia cupido) — Sharp-tail 
grouse (Pediocwtes columbianus) — Arctic sharp-tail grouse (P. phasxanel- 
Ins) — Dusky grouse | Vendragapns obscurus) — Richardson's grouse (I'.rich- 
ardsonii) — Spruce grouse (Canace canadensis) — Franklin's grouse (Canace 
franklinii) — White-tail ptarmigan (jLagopus leucurus) — Willow ptarmigan 
(L. albus)— Partridges (Perdicida) — Virginian partridge (Ortyx Virginia- 
nits) — Texan partridge (Ortyx terensi*)— Plumed partridge (Oreortyx pic- 
tus) — California partridge (Lophortyx californious) — Gambel's partridf 
gambelii)—ScBly partridge (Callipepla squamata) — Massena partridge (Cyr- 
tonyx massena) — Woodcock (Philohela minor) — Wilson's, or English, suipo 
(Gallinago wilsonii) — Wild pigeon (Ectopistes migratoria). 

Elliott, C. G. 

Farm drainage. F. B. No. 40, pp. 24, illns. 1896. 

Elliott, F. R. 

Popular varieties of the apple, pear, and grape. Ag. Kpt. L863, 
pp. L19-130, illns. 

Popular varieties of hardy fruits. Ag. Kpt. 1804, pp. 141-151, 
illns. 
Apples, pears, quinces, cherries, plums, peaches, apricots. 

Popular varieties of hardy fruits. Ag. Kpt. L865, pp. 180-191, 

illns. 

Apricots, apples, cherries, grapes, pears, plums. 

Popular varieties of hardy fruits. Ag. Rpt. L866, pp. L31-136, 

illns. 

Apples, pears, cherries, raspberries, oranges. 

Popular varieties of hardy fruits. Ag. Kpt. L867, pp. 129-139, 

illus. 

Apples, cherries, nectarines, peaches, pears. 
Popular varieties of fruits. Ag. Kpt. 1875, pp. 368-^388, 

Varieties recently introduced— Crabapples, pears, cherries, grapes, peaohes. 

Elliott, Sterling. 

| Address on road improvement.] Road luq, Bui. No. L0, pp. 61, 62. 
L894. 

Ellis, G H. 

Etepori of experiments in wood seasoning. For. Bui. No. 3, pp. 57- 
62, illus. L889, 

Ellis, J. B. 

Triblidium rufulum, dour. Mycol., vol. 5, pp. 29, 30. 1889. 

The genua Scleraderma in Saccards's Sylloge. Jour. Mycol., vol. 
5, pp. 23, 24. 1889. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. S3 

Ellis, J. B. — Continued. 

Description of some iie\v species of fungi. Jour. Mvcol., vol. 7, pp. 
274-278. 1893. 

Ellis, J. B., and F. W. Anderson. 

A new Ustilago from Florida. Jour. Mycol., vol. 0, pp. 110, 117. 
1891. 

Ellis, J. B., and Benjamin M. Everhart. 

Synopsis of North American species of Nummularis and Hypoxy- 

lon. Jour. Mycol., vol. 5, pp. 19-23. 1889. 

Sonic new species of bynienomycetous fungi. Jour. Mycol., vol. 5, 

pp. 21-2!). 1889. 

New species of hvphoinycetous fungi. Jour. Mycol., vol. 5, pp. 08- 
72. 1889. 

Mucronoporus. Jour. Mycol., vol. 5. pp. 90-92. 1889. 

New and rare species of North American fungi. Jour. Mycol., 
vol. 5, pp. 115-157. 1889. 

Mucnm<>i>(nus andersoni. Jour. Mycol., vol. 0, p. 79. 1890. 

Leptothyrium perichymeni. Join-. Mycol.. vol. 0, p. 110. 1891. 

New species ofUredineae and Ostilagineae, Jour. Mycol., vol. 0, 
pp. 118-121. 1891. 

New species of fungi. Jour. Mycol., vol. 7. pp. 130-135. 1892. 

Ellis, J. B , and B. T. Galloway. 

New Western fungi. Jour. Mycol., vol. 5, pp. 05-08. 1889. 

A new Mucronoporus. .Jour. Mycol., vol. 5, pp. Ill, 112. 1889. 

New species of fungi. Jour. Mycol., vol. 0. pp. 31-33. 1890. 

Ellis, J. B., and B. D. Halsted. 

New fungi. Jour. .Mycol., vol. 0, pp. 33-35. 1890. 

Ellis, J. B., and W. A. Kellerman. 

New species of Kansas fungi. Jour. Mycol., vol* 5, pp. 112-111. 

1889. 

Ellis, J. B , and A. B. Langlois. 

New species (if Louisiana fungi. Jour. M\ col., vol. 0, pp. 35-37. 
18! mi. 

Ellis, J. B., and S. M. Tracy. 

A lew new fungi. Jour. Mycol., vol. 0, pp. 70. 77. 1890. 

New species of Uredineae. Jour. Mycol., voh 7. p. 13. L891, 

Ellis, John T. 

Report on experiments in the production <»i rainfall. 3. Ex. Doo. 

No. 15. pp. 27-39, L892. 

Ellmakcr, Enos. 

Report on farm crops, etc.. in Iowa. A.g, Rpt. L852, pp. 341, 342. 

Ellzey, M. G. 

Sheep husbandry South. Misc. Spl. Rpt. No. 2. pp. 175-170. h\',. 



84 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Ellsworth, Henry L. 

Letter to the chairman of the Committee on Patents and the Pat- 
ent Office in relation to the collection and distribution of speeds 
and plants. S. Doc. No. 151, pp. 3. 1831). 

Report of the Commissioner of Patents, showing the operations of 
the Patent Office for the year 1841. Ag. Rpt. 1811, pp. 04-83. 

" By law tbe Coniinissionrr is bound to report sucb agricultural statistics 
as be may collect'' — Agricultural statistics as estimated for 1841 — Remarks 
on tbe agricultural statistics — Tbe cereals, potatoes, bay, llnx and hemp, 
tobacco, cotton, rice, silk cocoons, sugar, wine, corn oil, oil ami stearin 
from lard and the castor bean. 

.Report of the Commissioner of Patents, showing the operations of 
the Patent Office during the year 1842. Ag. Rpt. 184i\ pp. 4-<>r>. 

Tabular estimate of crops for 1812 — Remarks on tbe tabular estimates — Tbe 
cereals, potatoes, bay, llax and hemp, tobacco, cotton, silk, sugar, cornstalk 
sugar, wine — Other products not embraced in the table: Saffron, sumach, 
cranberries, ginseng, sheep raising on tbe prairies, pot or pearl ashes, lard 
oil. sunflower oil, castor bean — Foreign market — Improved mode of 
fencing — Mode of constructing bouses — Railroads — Future surplus — 
Comparison of exports and imports — Markets at home and abroad — Pros- 
pect of a foreign market— Success of competition — Probable niodilication 
of the corn laws of New England. 

Report of the Commissioner of Patents for the year 1813. Ag. Rpt. 
1813, pp. 114-134. 

(Congress set aside a portion of the patent fund for the collection of agricul- 
tural statistics.) — Tabular estimate for the crops of 1843 — Kemarks on tbe 
tabular estimate— The cereals, tobacco, llax and hemp, cotton, rice silk, 
sugar, cornstalk sugar, wine— Comparison of products of other countries — 
General remarks— Other agricultural products — Lard, lard oil, etc. — Kiln- 
dried meal and Hour — Feeding of cattle — Manures — Home market and 
foreign market — Provision trado with England. 

Cultivation of prairie land, etc. Ag. Rpt. 1845, pp. 382-388. 
Kiln dried meal and Hour. Ag'. Rpt. 1815, pp. 3SS, 381). 
Experiment in feeding [swine]. Ag. Rpt. 1817, pp. 535-53!). 

Elster, J., and H. Geitel. 

Review of recent investigations into the subject of atmospheric 
electricity. \Y. B. Bui. No. 2, pt. 2, pp. 510-622, illus. L895. 

Elwyn, A. L., and G. Emerson. 

Cattle disease, or pleuropneumonia. Ag. Rpt. 1800, pp. 239-251. 
History of the first recognition and diffusion of pleuro-pneumonia. 

Ely, Edward. 

Kemarks on cotton in British India. Ag. Rpt. L856, pp. 266-269. 

Emerson, G. 

Philadelphia butter. — Sweet scented vernal grass. Ag. Rpt. L894, 

pp. .17.* J 375. 

Emerson, G., and A. L. Elwyn. 

Cattle disease, or pleuropneumonia. Ag. Rpt. i860, I > I * - 239-251. 
Bistorj <>i tin- tirst recognition and diffusion <>f pleuro-pneumonia, 

Emery. E. H. 

Tornadoes at Cherry Hill, New Jersey, and Woodhaven, Long 
island. New York.* .Mo. VV. R., vol 23, pp. 262, 253. L895. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 85 

Emery, H. D. 

IIo<-s and pork packing in the West. Ag. Rpt. 18G3, pp. 198-215, 
illus. 

The points of a good hog — Breeds of hogs — Berkshires — Boars — Chester- 
whites — Suffolks— Hog raising — Cooked teed — Field feeding — Distillery 
feeding — Price of corn and pork — Individual practice — Plan of hog house 
and yards — Marketing hogs — Hog taming — Diseases — History of pork 
packing in Chicago— Pork packing at Dubuque. I<»\\a — Pork packing at 
Tenc Halite, Ind. — A model packing house — Method of killing — The cut- 
ting-np process — The laid house — The curing room — Description of 
meats — English meats — Curing and smoking hams — The offal. 

Engle, H. M. 

Nut culture. Pom. Rpt. 1S04, pp. 37-40. 1895. 

Ensign, Edgar T. 

Report on the forest conditions of the Rocky Mountains, especially 
in the State of Colorado, the Territories of Idaho, Montana, 
Wyoming, and New Mexico. For. Bui. No. 2, pp. 41-152, map. 

1889. 

Erni, Henri. 

Report of the Chemist. Ag. Rpt. 1804, pp. 514-540. 

Alcoholic or vinous fermentation— Experiments on alcoholic fermentation 
and its causes — Acetic ferinenta lion — Viscous, or slimy, fermentation — 
Lactic fermentation — Butyric acid fermentation — Theories of the origin of 
mold, or fungi, and of animalcula- — Report of various analyses performed 
in the laboratory of the Agricultural Department — New method to detect 
artificial coloring matter in wines — Analyses of wines, etc. — Analysis of a 
loamy soil from Virginia— Analysis of a blackberry win* — Quantitative 
analysis of a sandy , highly micaceous soil from the "sail grass lands" of 
\ isalia, Tulare County, Cal.— Report on Bolivian guano. 

Report of the Chemist of the Department of Agriculture. Ag. 
Bpt. 1865, pp. 10-54. 

Quantitative analysis of a marly soil from Virginia — Analysis of the BUgax 
beet— Analysis of California wine — I determination of oxalic acid and malic 
acid in the petioles of the garden rhubarb (RJteumrhapontieum) — Analysis 
of soil from Maryland, from the vicinity of Utica, N. v.. from Arkansas. 
and from Georgia — Analysis of copper on — Analysis of an "oil lock" 
from Leavenworth, Ind. 

The grape disease in Europe: Its origin, history, phenomena, and 
cure, Ag. Bpt 1865, pp. 324 334, illus. 

Historj Effects of the parasite upon the vines — Circumstances favorable 
in the invasion <»c the disease— Remedies for the grape disease — Treat men t 
ui the vines n ith hydrosnlphide of lime. 

Analysis of sorghum. Mo. Bpt. L866, p. .'>•')•;. 

Analysis of grapes. M<>. Bpt. isi;i;, p. ;>:;7. 

Ernst. A. H. 

Tin- Japan pea. Ag, Bpt. 1853, pp. 224, 225, 

Eschenhagen, M. 

On some improvements in magnetic instruments, w . B. Bnl, No. 

11. pi. 2, pp. 539 550. L8&5. 

Eshelman, J. K. 

Fruit culture. Ag. Kpt. 1861, pp. 541-544. 

Strawberry Raspberries immediately Buoceed strawberries Black ben i 
Currants and gooseberries Grapes, peaches, oherries, plnuis, aprioots, 

Dec! amies, apples, and pears. 



86 U. S DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Estabrook, John D. 

Dirt roads. Road tnq. Bui. No. 2. pp. 12, 13. 1804. 
Esterly, George. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Wisconsin.] Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp. 
460-462. 
Estes, J. M. 

Tobacco: Instructions for its cultivation and curing. F. B. No. 6, 
pp. 8. 1802. 

Eubank, J. H. 

[Report on farm crops, etc.. in Tennessee.) Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp. 
351-353. 

Evans, A W. 

List of liverworts from southern Patagonia collected by the U. S. S. 
AUxitross in 1887-1891. Cont. Nat. Herb., vol. 1,* pp. 140-142, 
illus. 1800-1895. 

Evans, Frank L. 

Report of the Chief of the Division of Accounts and Disbursements. 
Ag. Rpt 1893, pp. 411-410. 

Report of the Chief of the Division of Accounts and Disbursements. 
Ag. Rpt. 1804, pp. 180-104. 

Report of the Chief of the Division of Accounts and Disbursements. 
Ag. Rpt. 1805, pp. 245-204. 

Report of the Chief of the Division of Accounts and Disbursements. 
Ag. Rpt. 1896, pp. 71-82. 

Report of the Chief of the Division of Accounts and Disbursements. 
Ag. Rpt. 1S07, pp. 03-110. 

Evans, Robert. 

[Report on farm crops in Pennsylvania.] Ag. Rpt. I860, p. 100. 
Evans, Walter H. 

Copper sulphate and germination. Treatment of seed with copper 
snlpb ate to prevent the attacks of fungi. \ eg. Phys. and Path. 
Bui. No. 10, pp. 21. L896. 

Botany of cotton, o. B. 8. Bui. No. 33, pp. 07-80, illus. 1800. 

Agriculture in Alaska. O.E. S.Bui No. 48, pp. 4-27, illus. L898. 
General topography Meteorology Soils Natural products— Cultivated 
products Cereals, ate Methods of cultivation stuck raising — Arable 
lands Agricultural difficulties and possibilities— Desirability of experi 

incut stations — Locations for experiment stations. 

Everest, H. B. 

How to build a fence. A.g. Rpt. L850, pi>. 191, 192. 

| Report on farm crops, etc., in Wisconsin.] A.g. Rpt. L852, pp. 
327, 328. 

Everhart, Benjamin faff., and J. B. Ellis. 

Synopsis of North American species of CJmmularia and ETypoxylon. 
Jour. Mycol., vol. 5, pp. L9 23. L889. 

Some new species of hymenomycetous fungi, .lour. Mycol., vol. r>, 
pp. 24 29. L889. 

New species of li vpliom ycet ons fungi, .lour. Mycol., vol. 5, pp. 
68-72. L889. 



INDEX TO AUTHOKS. 87 

Everhart, Benjamin M., and J. B. Ellis — Continued. 

Mucronoporus. Jour. Mycol., vol. 5, pp. 90-92. 1889. 

New and rare species of North American fungi. Jour. Mycol., 
vol. 5, pp. 14.V157. 1889. 

Mucronoporm andersoni. Jour. Mycol., vol. 0, p. 79. 1890. 

Leptoihyrium perichymeni. Jour. Mycol.. vol. 0, p. 110. 1891. 

New species of UredineaB and Ustilagiue;c Jour. Mycol., vol. 0, 
pp. 118-121. 1891. 

New species of fungi. Jour. Mycol.. vol. 7, pp. 130-135, 1892. 

Ewb ink, Thomas. 

Agricultural Bureau. Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp. 053-0.30. 

Ewell, Ervin E. 

Cocoa preparations. Ohem. Bui. No. 13, pt. 7, pp. 933-989, illus. 
1892. 

Report on sugar. Cliem. Bui. No. 47, pp. 130-131. 1890. 

Ewer. W. B., and Mrs. L. E. Pratt. 

Fourth annual report of the Ladies' Silk Culture Soeietv of Cali- 
fornia. H. Ex. Doc. No. 110, pp. 17-27. 1890. 

Fifth animal report of the Ladies' Silk Culture Societv of Califor- 
nia. II. Ex. Doc No. 203, pp. 10-1G. 1891. 

Eycleshymer, A. C. 

Club root in the Tinted States. Jour. Mycol., vol. 7, pp. 79-88, 
LIIUS. 1891'. 

Pagan, M. E 

Report of the Chief of the Seed Division. A#. Kpt. 1893, pp. 
389-392. 

Report of the Chief of the Seed Division. Au. Rpt. 1894, pp. 
187, 188. 

Reporl of the Chief of the Seed Division. A-. Rpt. 1895, pp. 
201-211. 

Fairbanks, D. A. 

Report on farm crops, etc., in Maine. A.g. Rpt. L852, pp. 119, 120. 

Fairbanks, Geoige R 

Florida freezes For a century and a half. Mo.W. EL, vol. 23, pp. 
336,337. L895. 

Fairchild, D. G. 

A. mignonette disease Cercospori reseda). A.g. Rpt. 1889, pp. 429 
132, illus. 

bernal characters- Botanical ohai treatment History— Bibliog- 

raphy . 

N- m exsiccati. Jour. Mycol., vol. 5, pp, L60-162, L8 

Parasitic rung] <•!' cultivated plants — Kellerman and Swingle's Kansas 
foogi — S\ (luw 's l fredi i i 

[ndei to North American ruycological literature. Jour. Mycol., 
vol. 6, pp. 12 1 1. L890, 

Index to North American mycological literature. Jour. Mycol., 

vol. i>, pp. 80 87. l 890. 



88 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Fairchild, D. Gr. — Continued. 

Diseases of the grape in western Xew York. Jour. Mvcol., vol.6, 
pp. 95-99. 1891. 

Index to North American mycological literature. Jour. Mycol., 
vol. 6, pp. 128-135. 1891. 

Index to North American mycological literature. Jour. Mvcol., 
vol. G, pp. 184-191. 1891. 

Index to North American mycological literature. Jour. Mycol., 
vol. 7. pp. 52-63. 1891. 

Experiments in preventing leaf diseases of nursery stock in west 
ern New York. Jour. Mycol., vol. 7, pp. 240-264, illns. 1893. 

Experiments with fungicides to prevent leaf blight of nursery 
stock. Jour. Mycol.. vol. 7, pp. 338-353. 1894. 

Fairchild, David G., and B. T. Galloway. 

Experiments in the treatment of plant diseases. Jour. Mycol., vol. 
6, pp. 89-95. 1891. 

Treatment of pear leaf blight and scab in the orchard. Jonr. 
Mycol., vol. 0, pp. 137-1 42. 1891. 

Fairchild, George T. 

The relation of technical to general courses of study. O. E.S. Bui. 
No. 16, pp. 67-70. 1893. 

What should be taught in our colleges of agriculture! O. E. S. 
Bui. No. 41, pp. 09-75. 1897. 

Fairchild, L. L. 

Fruit culture in Wisconsin. Mo. Rpt. 1808. pp.322, 323. 

Fairman, Charles E. 

Notes on new or rare fungi from western New York. Jour. Mvcol., 
vol.5, pp. 78-80. 1889. 

Black spot of asparagus berries. Jour. Mvcol., vol. 5, pp. 157. L68. 
L889. 

Observations on the development of some fenestrate sporidia. 

Join-. Mycol., vol.6, pp.29-31. 1890. 

Falck, C. F. 

[Eeport on the commerce of Stavanger, Norway.) For. Mkts. Bui. 
No. 7. p. 08. 1896. 

Falconer, F. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Pennsylvania.] Ag. Rpt. 1862, pp. 
237. 

Falconer, P. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Pennsylvania.] Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp. 
234-236. 

Falconer, William. 

I low to grow mushrooms. P. r». No. 53, pp.20, illns. L897. 

Fallot, B. 

Copper in wines. Hot. Bui. No. 11. pp. 90-104. 1890. 

Farish, T. E. 

Resources, [and values, population, and products of Arizona. S. 
Rpt. No. 928, pt. .;, pp. 127, 428. L890. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 81) 

Farquhar, W. H. 

Farm experiments. Ag. Bpt. 1867. pp. 187-193. 
Farr, John H. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Pennsylvania.] Ag. Rpt. 1850, pp. 
246, 247. 

Farrington, E. H. 

Report on dairy products. Chem. Bnl. No. 17. pp. 122-l2."i. 1896. 

Fassig, Oliver L. 

Proceedings of the meteorological congress held at Chicago August 
21-24, 1893. Mo. \V. h\. vol. 21, p. 227. 1893. 

Note concerning a bibliography of American contributions to ir.ete- 
orology. W. B. Bui. No. 2, pt. 2. p. 326. 1895. 

Statistics of State weather services. Mo. W. B., vol. 23, pp. 209- 
212. ISO.-). 

The ninth annual convention of tlie Association of German Agri- 
cultural Experiment Stations. B. 8. B.,vol. 8, pp. 447-453. 1896. 

Automatic cloud photography. Mo.W. B., vol. 24, ])]). 456, 157. 
1896. 

Statistics of State weather services. W. B. Doc. No. 81, pp. 12. 
1896. 

Faveau, Augustin L. 

Rice culture. Ag. Bpt. 1867, pp. 174-179. 

I. .uids adapted t<> rice culture — Pitch of tide— How reclaimed — Culture— 
[nigation — Long point How — Dry growth — Harvest How — Harvest— 
Thrashing— Rice-ponnding mills— Yield and profit. 

Favier, P. A. 

Botanical considerations on the ramie question in Prance. Fiber 
Bpt. No. 1. pp.97,98. L890. 

Faville, George C. 

Supposed maladiedn coi't among horses in Nebraska. 8th and 9th 
Bpts. B. A. L,pp. 359-360. 1893. 

Extirpation of maladie do. coit, loth and llth Bpts. B. A. I., pp. 
62-65. IS! Hi. 

Ferguson, James M. 

The cotton worm. Mo. Bpt. L867, pp. 288, 289. 

Fergus.soji, S. P. 

Kite experiments at the Bine Hill meteorological observatory. Mo. 
W. L\. vol.24, pp.323-327. L896. 

A high kite ascension ;it Bine Hill. .Mo.W. R., vol. 24, pp. 327, 
328. 1896. 

The early use of wire in kite flying. M<>. w. B., vol. 25, p. 135. 
1897. 

The highest kiir ascensions ;it Bine Hill. Mo. \\ . B., vol. 25, p. 
392. L897. 

Femald, C. H 

Description of Pyralidae from the Death Valley. I. I-., vol. <i. pp. 
ijiir* 257. 1894. 

Notes on the gipsj ninth in Massachusetts. Bnt. Bui. So. -. n. s., 
pp. 59 67. 1896. 



90 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Fernald, C. H. — Continued. 

The evolution of economic entomology. Ent. Bui. Xo. 6, n. s., pp. 
6-12. 1896. 

Fernow, B. E. 

Value and management of Government timber lands. Misc. Spl. 
Ept. No. 5, pp. l>2-l>7. 1884. 

Report of Chief of Forestry Division. Ag. Rpt. 18SG, pp. 149-226, 

chart. 

Significance of forests— Mechanical influence — Climatic influence— Effects 
of deforestation on the climate— Effects of deforestation on water supply — 
Effect of deforestation on the condition of the soil — Condition of forest 
supplies and forestry in the United States — Area required for continued 
supply — Building materials — Imports and exports of wood from 1883 to 
1886— Government timber land — Plan for a forest department — Govern- 
ment plantations — Private forests— Difficulties to be overcome — Fanner's 
interest in forest property— Forest planting and managements the United 
States — Government action in regard to its own lands — Forest commis- 
sions — Forestry Division — statistical inquiries — Phonological obsei i a- 
tions — Biological studies — Inspection of Western tree planting — Legis- 
lation — Timber-culture act — Arbor day— Literature — Forest policy — 
General principles of forestry — What is a plant — Hints as to planting — 
Specially valuable trees — Forest management — Coppice management — 
Standard coppice — The timber forest — Management in Echelons — Regenera- 
tion method — Cleaning and thinning — Other methods of management — 
( On elusion. 

Report of chief of Forestry Division. Ag. Ept. 1887, pp. G05-01G, 
maps. 
What is the first duty of the General Government in regard to the forestry 

question .'—System of forestry investigations. 

Report of Chief of Forestry Division. Ag. Rpt. 1888, pp. 597-641, 

illus. 

Distribution of plant material — Forestry interests in the States — Forest 
influence— Technological investigations — Metal ties— Trade notes and 
statistics— Cultural notes— Forest farming— Paris Exposition. 

Snow slidesand avalanches: Their formation and prevention. For. 
Mill. No. 2, pp. 236-250. L889. 

Metal tie notes. For. Bui. No. 3, pp. 23, 24. 1889. 

Report of Chief of Forestry Division. Ag. Ept 1889, w- 273-330, 

ill ns. 

Seed and seedling distribul ion — Timber-culture act — t >sier culture — Forestry 
Interests in the United States— Export and import statistics— Proposed 
vrork— Influence of forests on water supplies influence upon precipita- 
tion — Disposal of water supplies— Elements of dissipation — Elements of 
conservation— Elements of distribution. 

Report ofOhiefof Forestry Division. Ag. Rpt. L890, pp. L9&-236. 

Wood-pulp industry Adaption of woods — Timber tests — Forestry Interest 

in the States The property The contract A lesson in forestry- Forest 
polie\ Forest fires— Organization- Forestry education— Statistics of 
e ports and imports of wood and wood products— Artificial rainfall - 

( 'onelnsion. 

Consumption of forest supplies by railroads, and practicable econ- 
omy iii their use. For. BuL N<>. I. pp. L3 39, illus. 1890. 

Report on the consumption of ties and other lumber by railroads 
in the United States. For. Bui. No. I, pp. il-r>i\ 1890. 

The forest and its significance. For. Bui. No. 5, pp. 7-10. L891, 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 91 

Fernow, B. E. — Continued. 

Forestry in a wooded country, or forest management. For. Bui. 
No. 5, pp. 11-30. 1891. 

Forest planting in a treeless country. For. Bui. Xo. 5, pp. 31-41. 
1891. 

Beport of the Chief of Division of Forestry. Ag. ltpt. 1891, pp. 
191-229, illus. . 

Introductory — Seed distribution — Rainfall experiments — Water management 
the problem of the future— Forestry lectures — Statistics of exports and 
imports of wood and wood products — Poisoning of street trees — A national 
arboretum— Bamboo as a substitute tor wood— Forest-planting experi- 
ments — Instructions for a forest-planting experiment on the sand hills of 
Nebraska— Southern timber pines — Distribution and habitat— Character- 
istics of distribution in different regions— Quality and adaptation of 
woods — Discussion of common names — Uniformity of nomenclature in the 
market — Fore>t reservations and their management — Personnel — Kegula- 
tions — Timber licenses. 

The ravages of Liparis (Psilura) monacha in Germany, and means 
of defense. I. L., vol. 3, pp. 379-382. 1891. 

Report of the Chief of the Division of Forestry. Ag.Rpt. 1892, pp. 

293-358, illus. 

The work of the year — Revision of nomenclature — A national arboretum — 
forestry lectures —Seed and seedling distribution — Forest-plant ing experi- 
ment—Publications — The World's Fair — The situation — Original condition 
of forest areas — Causes of reduction in forest areas — Fires — Fires Bel by 
railroads — Forest-fire legislation — An act for the protection of fore«t prop- 
erty — Extent of forest area — Ownership — The forestry movement — Report 
on Chickamanga National Park — Additions t<» the forest flora of .North 
America, and accessary changes in nomenclature of important timber spe- 
cies, with notes — The naval-store industry— Turpentine orcharding — Prod- 
nets of the turpentine industry — Sources of supply — Historical noi. - and 
statistics l'h> Biology of resins— Methods of working t roes Principles to 
be observed in turpentine orchards — Turpentine orcharding in America- 
Inspection laws relating to resinous products — Turpentine orcharding in 
Europe Management of tnrpentine pineries— Gathering of spruce turpen- 
tine— Ga1 tiering of Larch turpentine— Gathering fir turpentine — Effects of 
turpentine orcharding on timber, tree, and forest, and suggestions for 
improvement on American practice — Suggestions for improvement — Addi- 
tional notes on the turpentine industry— Improvement in the distillation 
of the crude turpentine by the application of steam— Products of the 
destructive distillation of the wood of the longleaf pine. 

Scope and historical development of the science of u timber 
physics." For. Bui. N<>. 6, pp. 17-30. L892. 

Forest influences. Introduction and summary of conclusions. For. 
Bui. No. 7. pp. 9-22. is!>:;. 

Relation of forests to * ftter supplies. For. Bui. No. 7, pp. L23-170. 
illus. 1893. 

Notes on the sanitary significance of forests. For, Bui. No. 7. pp. 
171-1 7.5. 1893. 

Report of the Chief of the Division of Forestry. A.g. Rpt, 1893, 
pp. 303 -364, illus. 

Work of the > eai Timber investigations — ( hemioal analyses of woods I 
measurements snd sere-yield determinations Botanical work Distribn 
h..n- of band collections Seed snd seedling distribution Publics! 
I.ett.i to the 8< oretarj of Agriculture regarding for* -i growth ami timber 
consumption Consumption ami supply of forest products in the l uited 
States I ctenl of forest areas [nadequacj of forest supplies <,»uaniit> 

ami value of forest j Inets Forestry exhibit at the World's i 

Advance of forestry interests during the year German forest m 



92 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Fernow, B. E. — Continued. 

ment— Map work and forest districting— Survey of the foiest district- 
Principles 'of management — Forest regulation— Progress of work required 
to bring areas under rational forest management — Methods of forest regu- 
lation — Valuation work — Arrangement of age classes — Yield calculations — 
Felling budget — Statistics of forest distribution — Methods of harvesting 
and transportation — Price of wood in the forest — Price of manufactured 
lumber — Good roads — Forest protection — Forest crop production or sylvi- 
culture — Planting — Introduction of exotics— White-pine yields— Coppice 
management — Standard coppice — The timber forest — Regeneration 
methods — Improvement cuttings and thiunings — Underplanting — For- 
estry education and forestry literature — Literature— Forestry associa- 
tions — Forest experiment stations. 

.Report of the Chief of Division of Forestrv. Ag. Rpt. 1804, pp. 
133-14L\ 

Functions of the Division of Forestry in general— Office work — Publica- 
tions—Botanical and Museum work—Seed and plant distribution — Collec- 
tion of materials — Physical laboratory — Tree measurements and acre-yield 

determinations. 

Description of the various methods of impregnation as practiced 
for the Prussian railways. For. Bui. No. 9, pp. 286-291. 1894. 

Forestry for farmers. Y. B. 1894, pp. 401-500, illus. 

How trees grow — Food materials and conditions of growth — Soil conditions — 
Light conditions— Physiology of tree growth— "Sap up and sap down" — 
Process of development— Growth in length and ramification — Growth in 
thickness — Form development — Kate of growth — Reproduction — How to 
plant a forest — What trees to plant— Methods of planting — How to treat 
the wood lot — Improvement cuttings — Methods of reproducing the wood 
crop — Size of openings — Wind mantle — Coppice — Plan of management — 
How to cultivate the wood crop — Effect of light on wood productions — 
Number of trees per acre — Weeding and (leaning the crop — Methods of 
thinning — What trees to remove. 

Report of the Chief of Division of Forestry. Ag. Rpt. 1895, pp. 
149-152. 

Publications — Timber investigations— Turpentine orcharding -Tree meas- 
urements — Forest planting experiments— Propaganda work. 

The relation of forests to farms. V. B. 1895, pp. 333-340, illus. 

The forest waters the farm — The forest tempers the farm — The forest pro- 
tectfl the farm — The forest supplies the farm with useful material. 

Report of the Chief of Division of Forestry. A<i-. Kpt. 1896, pp. 
83-88. 

Appropriations and expenditures — Personal and Divisional forct — Corre- 
spond en ee, -Timber physics— Publications — Tree measurements— Experi- 
mental forest plantings— Atlanta Exposition — Continuation of timber 

investigations -Need Of a suitable laboratory — Canvass of forest, condi- 
tions. 

Pacts and figures regarding our forest resources briefly stated. 
For.Circ. No. 11. pp.8. L896. 

Southern pine: Mechanical and physical properties. For. ('ire. 
No. 12, pp. L2, illus. L896. 

Forest fire legislation in t he l faited states. For. < Jiro. No. 13, pp. 8. 
1896. 

[Timber pines of the Southern United states. Introduction.] For. 
Bui. No. 13, pp. 11 25, illus. L896. 

is protection against fires practicable! For. Giro. No. 14, pp. 4. 

18IMJ. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 03 

Fernow, B. E. — Continued. 

Summary of mechanical tests on thirty-two species of American 
woods. For. Circ. No. 15, pp. 12. 1896. 

Report of the probable amount of white pine and other coniferous 
timber standing, and its consumption in the United States, s. 
Doc. No. 40, pp. 21. 1897. 

Iteport of the Chief of Division of Forestry. Ag. Bpt. 1897. pp. 
111-146. 

Chief lines of investigation — Tree-planting experiments — Timber physics- 
Biological inquiry — Investigations of forest conditions — Timber trees For 

the arid regions — Publications — 1'ersonuel — Correspondence — Propaganda. 

Note on adhesion of spikes. For. Bui. No. 1, pp. 62-65. L887. 

[Notes on wood preservatives.] For. Bui. No. 1, pp. 104, 105. 1887. 

Annual charges for ties. For. Bui. No. 1, pp L05-127, illus. L887. 

Age of trees and time of blazing determined by annual rings, 
For. Circ. No. 10, pp. 11, illus. 1897. 

The Government timber tests. For. (Jirc. No. 7, pp. 4. [No date 

Effect of turpentine gathering on the timber of longleaf pine. 
For. Circ. No. 9, p. 1. |No date. 1 

Strength of " boxed* 7 or "turpentine" timber. For. Circ. No. 8, 
pp. 3. [No date.] 

Suggestions to the lumbermen of the United States in behalf of 

more rational forest management. For. Circ. No. 10, pp. 8. No 
date.] 

Ferrouillat, P. 

Apparatus for combating mildew. Bot. Bui No. .">, pp. 91-110, 
illus. ls.s.s. 

Fink, Canada. 

Orchard culture. Ag. Bpt. L851, pp. 073-070, illus. 

Finley, J. P. 

Certain climatic conditions of the two Dakotas. W. B. unnum. 
rpt, pp. 206, illus. L893. 

Finney, C. 

I Report on farm crops, etc., in Virginia.] Ag. Bpt. L848, pp. 
193-496. 

Fish, A. L. 

Report on cheese t<> the New Sort State Agricultural Society. 
Ag. Bpt L848, pp. 618-626. 

Fish, Pierre A. 

Leeches, li'th and L3th Bpts. B. A. I., pp. 229-259, Illus. 1897. 
A histological investigation of two < ;i-< m <>r an equine niyoosis, with a bis 
torical acoounl <d ■ Boppoeed bimilar dieeaee 1 idled bursattee, occurring 
in India. 

Fish, Fierre A., and Veranns A. Moore. 

A report of rabies in Washington, District of Columbia i:'th 
and L3th Bpts. i». A. I., pp. 267 282, illus. L897. 

Fisher, A. K. 

Food of hawks and owls. Ag. Bpt. L887,pp. M)2 i22. 
Experiments in poisoning. Ag. Bpt. L887, pp. L23 L26. 



94 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Fisher, A. K. — Continued. 

Notes on the depredations of blackbirds and gophers in northern 
Iowa and southern Minnesota in the fall of 1887. Ag. Rpt. 1887, 
pp. 454-450. 

The short-eared owl (Asio aceipitrinus). Ag. Kpt. 1888, pp. 496- 
498, illns. 

The sparrow hawk (Falco sparverius). Ag. Hot. 1888, pp. 491-496, 
illus. 

Destruction of the sparrow by poisons. O. and M. Bui. No. 1, pp. 
174-178. 1889; 

Marsh hawk (Circus hudsonius). Ag. Rpt. 1889, pp. 370—3713, illus. 

Common screech owl (Megasoops asio). Ag. Hpt. 1889, pp. 372-376, 
illus. 

Flammulated screech owl (Megascope flammeolus). Ag. Hpt. 1889, 
p. 370. 

The hawks and owls of the United States in their relation to agri- 
culture. O. and M. Bui. No. 3, pp. 210, illus. 1S93. 

Heport on the ornithology of the Death Valley Expedition of 1891, 
comprising notes on the birds observed in southern California, 
southern Nevada, and parts of Arizona and Utah. N. A. Fauna 
No. 7, pp. 7-158. 1893. 

Hawks and owls as related to the farmer. Y. B. 1894, pp. 215-232, 
illus. 

Cause of the prejudice against birds of prey — Some characteristics of rapa- 
cious birds — Food habits of the principal birds of prey — Harmless Bpecies 
of hawks and owls — Wholly beneficial hawks — Hawks aud owls mostly 
beneficial— Harmful hawks and owls. 

Fisher, D. 

Tornado, March 20, 1895, Augusta, Georgia. Mo. W. K., vol. 23, 
pp. 93, 91. 1895. 

Fisher, E. M. 

Revision of the North American species of Ilortmanseggia. Cont. 
Nat. Herb., vol. 1, pp. 143-150. 1890-1895. 

Fisher, Geo. P. 

j Report on farm crops, etc., in Delaware.] Ag. Rpt. 1852, pp. 108- 
116. 

Fithian, Samuel C. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Louisiana.] Ag. Rpt. 1850, p. 398, 

Fitzgerald, Frederick. 

[Report on the commerce of Cognac, France.] Por.Mkts.Bol.Na 
.;. p. 13. L895. 

Flad, Henry. 

Wood preservation. For. Bnl. No. l, pp. 66-91. 1887. 
Preservation of wooden ties. For, Bui. No. 9, pp. 257-185. 1894. 

Flather, J. J. 

Mechanical drawing in technical schools. O. B. S. Bnl. No. 20, 
pp. -I 88. L894. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. !>5 

Fleischmann, C. L. 

Account of wool in Germany. Ag. Rpt. L845, pp. 1017-1020. 

Result of observations made during- a visit to Germany in lSll-lo. 
Ag. Kpt. 1847, pp. 239-340. 

An account of the meeting of German agriculturists at Brealau, in Prussian 

Silesia — Historical sketch of Silesian wool culture — On the management 
of the Merino tlocka on the farm of the viceroy of Hungary — On the; 
improved Merino sheep, with illustrations — On the formation ami growth 

of woo], with illustrations — < in marking sheep, with illustrations — Instru- 
ments to measure the degree of fineness of wool, with illustrations — Wool 
shears, improved ones, with illustrations — Sheep yard ami stables, with 
illustrations — General rule for pasturing sheep — Dimensions to he observed 
in purchasing sheep, with illustrations and tahh — Description of the 
apparatus for washing sheep, with illustrations — Woolgrowers' conven- 
tion and wool markets — Wool trade of Germany and amount of capital 
en^aovd in the wool trade of Germany — On the export of wool from Ger- 
many toother countries, and future prospects of the German wool trade — 
Re aisite qualities of wool for manufacturing purposes — On agricultural 
B4 shools— Biennial ami three field system of Germany- On wheat, tobacco, 
and spelt, as cultivated oil the Rhine— Mode of feeding cattle at Alcsiith — 
Description of an apparatus for steaming food, with the mode of feeding 
steamed chaff and its advantages. 

Relative to the sugar planters of the United States. Ag. Kpt. 
is 18, pp. 274-277. 

Plows and plowing. Spl. Kpt. No. 64, pp. 01, (15. 1883. 

Flensburg, Peter M. 

[Report on the commerce of Malino, Sweden. for. Bikts. Bui. N<>. 
8, pp. 91, 92. 181)0. 

Fletcher, James. 

Preliminary notes upon Ghionobas < Mneis) nt<t<<>n)tii. 1. L., vol. 2, 
pp. 15, Hi. 1889. 

Tlic Mediterranean flour moth. I. L., vol. 2, pp. 187-189. 1889. 

Notes upon injurious insects of the year in Canada. 1. I... vol.3, 
p. L'I7. L891. 

[Inaugural address as president of the Association of Economic 
Entomologists.] [. L., vol. 4, pp. 4-16. L891. 

Notes 011 injurious insects in Canada in 1892, 1. L.. vol. 5, |»|»- 
L24-126. 1892. 

Flint, C. L. 

The horses of New ESnglaud. A.g. Rpt. L861, pp. 382 102, illus. 
A hundred years' progress. \u. Rpt. L872, pp. 274-304, 

Flint, William R. 

[Report <>n farm crops, etc., in Maine.; A.g, Kpt. L850, pp. 226-231. 

Flint, Wilson. 

drape cult ure in the United States. A.g. Kpt L863, i>i>. 1 17-155. 
I n il in-] 1 < «• and value <>t" ;m interchange of the views of the vintners rhe 
isothermal and meteorological req uiremen ts »>i the grapevine Selections 
of vineyard sites in the Atlantic states and preparation of the soil 
tions of vinej ircl sites in California and preparal ion «»t the soil Plauting 
ami presei ving t he i ines— The grape ban 1 it in < California -\\ ine makiqg 
in < California. 



96 U. 8. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Flint, Wilson — Continued. 

Textile liber of the Pacific States. Ag. Bpt. 18(>4, pp. 471-487. 
The area of territory and population considered— Cotton growing in the 
Pacific states a failure from meteorological causes— Flax and hemp in the 
Pacific states— Animal textile libers in the Pacific states and territories — 
Present condition of wool-growing— All fanners should be sheep-growers— 
Sheep starvation in the Pacific states — Annual migration of sheep bene- 
ficial — The great central basin lor sheep grazing — Silk culture in the 
Pacific States— Introduction of the silkworm of recent date in California— 
Success in silk culture a question of climate — The climate of California 
peculiarly favorable to silk culture. 

Florey, H. M. 

Report on the commerce of Amherstburg, Ontario.] For. Mkts. 
Bill. No. 4, pp. TO, 41. 1895. 

Foaden, George P. 

Cotton culture in Egypt. O. B. 8. Bui. Xo. 41, pp.34, illus. 1897. 

Present condition of cotton culture in Egypt — Crops grown in Egypt— Cli- 
matic conditions— Soils — Draft of Egyptian cotton on the fertility of the 
soil — Preparation of the soil and manuring — Varieties— Planting, irriga- 
ting, and cultivating — Insect pests — Picking — Disposal of the product — 
Ginning— Cost of growing cotton in Egypt — Exports of cotton from 

Egypt. 

Foe'x, G. 

Practical treatments for the prevention of mildew. IJot. BuL No. 
2, pp. 113-115. 1880. 

Fogg, William Perry. 

Culture of root crops. Ag. Rpt. 1849, pp. 265-269. 

Turnips and ruta-hagas — Mangel-wur/el and sugar beet — Carrots and pars- 
nips — Analysis of the ash of roots — Comparative value as food. 

•Chemical properties of milk and butter. Ag, Bpt. 18-11), pp. 
368-372. 

Follett, W. W. 

Report oh Miles City, Montana, artesian basin. 8. Ex. Doc. No. 41, 
pt. 2, pp. 96, 97. ' 1892. 

Report on Red River artesian basin. 8. Doc. .No. 41, pt. 2, pp. 
87-94. L892. 

Folsetter, William. 

Glanders among horses and mules in Texas. 6th and 7th Rpts. 
I',. A. I., pp. 393-398. L891. 

Forbes, S. A. 

Experiments on chinch bags. Bnt. Bui. No. 2, pp. 23-25. L883. 

Early occurrence of the chinch bugin'the Mississippi Valley. I. L.. 
vol. 1, pp. 249. L889. 

Arsenical poisons for the plum and peach curculio. 1. L., vol. l\ 
pp. 3-7. L889. 

Office ;m<l Laboratory organization [entomological]. I. L., vol. -, 
pp. L86, L86, L889. 

A summary history of the corn root aphis. I. L.. vol. ;;, pp. 233-238. 
L891. 

On the life history of the white grubs. 1. L., vol.3, pp. 239-245. 
L891. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 07 

Forbes, S. A. — Continued. 

The importation of a Hessian fly parasite from Europe. I. L., vol. 
4, pp. 179-181. 1891. 

[Address as first vice-president at fourth annual meeting of the 
Association of Economic Entomologists.] I. L., vol. 5, pp. 68-76. 
1892. 

[Presidential address before fifth annual meeting of the Associa- 
tion of Economic Entomologists.] I. L., vol 6, pp. 61-70. 189:;. 

Keport of progress in economic entomology. O. E. S. Misc. Bill. 
No. 3, pp. 29-34. 1891. 

Ford, Ebenezer. 

[Keport on farm crops, etc., in Mississippi.] Ag. Rpt. 1850, pp. 
257-261. 

Cotton caterpillar, rust, and rot. Ag. Rpt. 1852. pp. 47. 48. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Mississippi.] Ag. Rpt. 1852. pp. 
62-05. 

Ford, Milton. 

Fruit culture. Misc. Spl. Rpt. No. 2, pp. 221-223. 18S3. 
Ford, T. S. 

The communication of hog cholera by crows. 12th and 13th 
Rpts. R. A. 1.. pp. 325, 326. 1897. 

Forman, James H. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Alabama.] Ag. Rpt. 1862, pp. 74-79, 
illus. 

Forsyth, William. 

A treatise on the culture and management of fruit trees. Ag. Rpt, 
1866, pp. 104-105, illus. 

Foss, James H. 

Florida: Its soil, resources, and means of transportation. Unnum. 

rpt. on Florida, pp. 93-98. 1882. 

Foster, John W. 

Cultivation of coffee in Mexico. Mo, Rpt, 1876, pp. 268 274. 

Fowler, Isaac. 

Peculiar result or experiments with corn. Ag. Rpt. lsi;. p, 391, 

Fox, C. P., and P. Schweitzer. 

.Meat analysis — testing of apparatus and method. Ohem. BuL No. 
31, pp. io 11. 1891. 

Francis, Fred L , and Fred J. Randolph. 

Thomas Jefferson as meteorologist Mo. W. EL, vol. 23, pp. L56 158, 

illus. is:.:, 

Frankenfield, H. C. 

Weather forecasts In the State of Missouri. Mo. W. E&., \«>i. 23, 
pp. 292, 293. L895. 

Franklin, George E. 

History of the southern California weather bulletin. W, B. Bui. 

No. L8, pp. 46, 17. L896, 

Franklin, S. S. G. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Ohio. A.g. Rpt 1852, pp 

2171.;— No. l 7 



98 l'. s. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Frazer, John. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Texas.] Ag. Rpt. 1848, pp. 561, 562. 

Frear, William. 

Extension of tests applied to wheat varieties. O. E. S. Misc. Bui. 
No. 2, pp. 131-13"). 1890. 

Report on nitrogen methods. (J hem. Bui. No. 31, pp. 117-121. 
1891. 

French, Henry F. 

Cultivation of apples in the Northern States. Ag. Rpt. 1849, pp. 
273-276. 

Transplanting forest trees. Ag. Rpt. 1850, pp. 455-45!). 

Varieties of apples for this locality [New Hampshire]. Ag. Rpt. 
1852, pp. 21-32. 

Drainage. Ag. Rpt. 1856, pp. 100-182, illus. 

Observations on English husbandry. Ag. Rpt. 1860, pp. 140-105. 

General system of husbandry — Capital employed od English farms — How 
the climate of England affects agriculture — Comparison of English and 
French agriculture. 

Agricultural colleges. Ag. Rpt. 1805, pp. 137-180. 

Demand for practical education— The act of Congress— Whether independ- 
ent or connected with other institutions — Manual labor — Is a farm acces- 
sary 9 — Plan for half-year institutions — Table showing the educational 
resources of the more prominent American colleges— Ceisberg— Agricultu- 
ral colleges in Europe, England, Ireland, France, and Germany — The 
model farm — Flan of teaching and branches taught— Agricultural colleges 
in the United states — Rules— Requisites for admission— Course of study — 
Partial and additional courses of study — Plan of organization — Sheffield 
scientific school of Yale College — Programme of studies — The mechanical 
arts. 

Country roads. Ag. Rpt. 18GG, pp. 538-507. 

Location of roads— Select ion of route — Roads with no artificial foundation — 
Roads with paved foundation — Roads with concrete foundations — Roads 
with rough stone found it ion - Surface of roads -Fricl iou — Collision- Con- 
struction of surface— I nscreened gra\ el roads- -Broken stone roads— Cross 
Bection or shape of roads — Width of roads — Drying by sun and* wind — 
Cutting .iml filling— Transportation of material — Repairs of roads Pro 
posed system — Application of materials. 

French, Moses. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in New York.] A#. Rpt. 1850, pp. 
281-284. 

Frisby, Almah J., and A. P. Bryant. 

The composition <»r different parts of the potato and the loss of 
nutrients dining the process of boiling. (). bJ. s. 1 >n 1. No. 43, 
pp. 25-31, illus. L897. 

Fryer, Michael. 

Flax culture. A-. Rpt. L864, pp. 92-97. 

Soil — Plowing — Seed-sowing— Pulling — Rippling Steeping Cost of seed| 
lai>oi, etc., of one acre oi Sax -Various suggestions. 

Fuller, B. F. 

Report of the Chief of tin* Division of Accounts and Disburse- 
ments. A.-. Rpt L892, pp. 513,51 I. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 99 

Fullinwider, J. H. 

Cattle interests of the West, 1st Bpt. B. A. L, pp. 271-279. 1885. 

Fatal outbreak of Southern cattle lever. 1st Bpt. 13. A. 1., pp. 
IG.'J. 161. 1885. 

Fulton, Robert L. 

Use and control of waters from the eastern Sierras. 8. Bpt. No. 
928, pt. 3, pp. oli'-oll. L890. 

Funston, Frederick. 

Botany of Vakutat Bay, Alaska. Field report, Cont. Nat. Herb, 
vol. 3, pp. 325-333. 1892-1896. 

Furnas, R. W. 

Tree planting and growing on the Plains. Unnum. rpt., pp. o7-15, 
in "Preliminary report on forestry." 1883. 

Tree planting and growing on the Plains. Misc. SpL Bpt. Xo. 2, 
pp. 202-206. 1883. 

Report on tree growth, maximum size and age. period of decline, 
completion of cycle, etc. Bpt. Forestry, vol. 4, pp. 338-345. 
1884. 

Special report on forestry for certain portions of Ohio and Indiana. 
Bpt. Forestry, vol. 1. pp.346,347. L884, 

Reports mi the forest condition and lumber and wood trade of 
Western States and Territories. Bpt. Forestry, vol. 4, pp. 246- 
254. L884. 

Keport on the forest condition and lumber and wood trade of 
Western States and Territories. Ppt. Forestry, vol. 1. pp. 255- 
337. L884. 

Crossing improved breed- of swine with the common hogs of 
Florida. B. A. LCirc. No. I. pp.3. L895. 

Furnas, R W , E. W. Hilgard, and T. C. Jones. 

Glimal ic and agricultural features and the agricultural practice and 

needs of the mid regions of the Pacific Slope, with notes on 

Arizona and Ne^i .Mexico. Unnum. rpt., pp. 182. L882, 

Gadsden, John W. 

Rinderpest, cattle plague, SpL Bpt. No. L2, pp. 255, 256. Is7!>. 

Contagious pleuro-pneumonia in Pennsylvania. Ag. Bpt. L881, 

Pl>. 17-50. 

Contagious diseases in cattle, how they are imported and what 
the\ cost Unnum. rpt.. pp. 19 51, 1883. 

GafTney, John. 

[Beporl on the commerce of Summerside, Prince Edward [sland.l 
For. ftfkts. linl. No. I. pp. <;.;. 64, L895. 

Gain, Edmond. 

A review of publications on agricultural botany issued in France 

during 1 896, I., s. 1;.. \.»|. §, pp. 841 853, 940 950, L897, 

The physiological role of water in plants. B. S. h\. vol, > s , pp. ;; 2 1. 
L896, 



100 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Gaines, Richard V. 

The animal industries of tlie United States with special reference 
to breeding of cattle, horses, etc. Misc. Spl. Kpt. No. 2, pp. 
11^-127. 1883. 

Galloway, B. T. 

Keport of the Chief of the Section of Vegetable Pathology. Ag. 
Upt. 1888, pp. 325-404, illus. 

Experiments in the treatment of grapevine diseases made in 1888 — Ne- 
cessity for more extended field work — Miscellaneous subjects — Downy 
mildew of the potato (I'lii/tophthora infestans) — Notes on the black rot of 
the tomato — A disease of the tomato — Brown rot of the cherry (Monilia 
fructigena) — The powdery mildew of the cherry (Podospktara oxycamtha I — 
Leaf-blight and cracking of the pear (Kntomosporium maathititm) — 1. cat- 
spot of the rose (Ccrcospora roscecola) — Plum pockets (Tapkrina prvni) — 
Apple rusts — Septosporiom on grape leaves— Leaf-spot disease of the 
maple (Phylloaticta acericola) — A disease of the sycamore (GUeosporium 
nerv%8equum) — The leaf-rust of cotton woods (Melampsora populina) — Report 
on peach yellows — Additional notes on celery leaf-blight (Ceroospora 
apii). 

Potato scab. Bot. Bui. No. 8, pp. 45-51, illus. 1889. 

Gum disease, or foot rot, of the orange. Bot. Bui. fto. 8, pp. 51-54. 
1889. 

Notes on fruit diseases. Jour. My col., vol. 5, pp. 37, 38. 1889. 

ISulphuret of potassium for bitter rot of the apple — Bordeaux mixture for 
the plum leaf-blight — A tomato disease. 

Notes. Jour. Mycol., vol. 5, pp. 92-90. 1889. 

Ascospores of the black-rot fungus as affected by covering with earth— The 
grape bat-blight — Kansas fungi — The ash leaf-rust (JSoidiutn fraxini)— 
Treatment of grape mildew made obligatory (Diorchidiun traci/i) — A new 
modification of the Vennoiel nozzle. 

Prevention of smut. Jour. Mycol., vol. 5, pp. HU, 1(15. 1889. 

An experiment in the treatment of the black rot ot the grape. 
Jour. Mycol., vol. 5, pp. 204-209. 1889. 

Notes. Jour. Mycol., vol. 5, pp. 214-216. 1889 

Powdery mildew of the bean — Rust of tlax — Necessity fora n description of 
the typo species in Kew herbarium — New localities for Peronoipora cubmtis, 

A partial list of the parasitic fungi of Missouri, with remarks on 
the species of economic Importance. Bot. Bui. No. 8j pp. 54-59. 

1889. 

Report of the Chief of the Section of Vegetable Pathology. Ag. 

Rpt. L889, pp. 397-452, illus. 

Pablical ionsand correspondence— Field work— Treatment of grape diseases- 
Treatment of the diseases of the apple, pear, and quince — Apple scab- 
Bitter i<>) <>r the apple — Apple rust— Apple powdery mildew Tear leaf- 
blight- Quince diseases Treatment of blackberry nisi (Coosia nitons) and 
other diseases at Ocean Springs. Miss.— Treat men t of the potato, tomato, 
Mini melon for blight and rot Potato rol -Tomato rot Melon diseases 
.st iaw brny Leaf-blight — Conclusions concerning the practical work of the 
on Laboratory investigations Investigation of peach yellows — The 
California vine disease Migonette disease (Cereotpora reieda ). 

Eteporl of the Ohief of the Division of Vegetable Pathology. Ag. 
Bpt. L890, pp.393- 408, illus. 

Work ot the division General business— Laboratory work— Field experi- 
ment- Experiments uear Washington Cooperative experiments— Work 
of field agents Some practical results of the treatment of plant diseases 
Fungicides and spraying apparatus— Peach yellows investigation — The 
California irine disease— Special subjects Eolly hook anthracnose (Chile- 
totriohum malrarum i— Anthracnose of cotton l Colletotriohvmgottypii) — Ripe- 
rot ol' grapes and apples (Q lavxporinm Jnaiijoium). 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 101 

Galloway, B. T.— Continued. 

Treatment of black rot, brown rot. downy mildew, powden mil- 
dew, and anthracnose of the grape; pear-scab and leaf-bligbt, 
and apple powdery mildew. Jour. MycoL, vol. 6, pp. 11-15. 1890. 

Notes on fungicides and a new spraying pump. Jour. Mycol., vol. 
6, pp. 25, 20. 1890. 

Description of a new knapsack sprayer. Jour. Mycol., vol. G, pp. 
51-59, illus. 1890. 

Report of the Chief of the Division of Vegetable Pathology. Ag. 
Rpt. 1891. pp. .559-378, illus. 

Publications and correspondence — Miscellaneous subjects — Laboratory inves- 
tigations — Field experiments — Treatment of the diseases of nursery stock — 
Treatment of apple, pear, peach, plum, cherry, and quince diseases in the 
orchard — Treatment of grape diseases — Treatment of black rot of sweet 
potatoes— Treatment of oat blight — Spraying machinery— Work in New 
York State — Investigation of peach yellows and peach rosetfc — The Cali- 
fornia vine disease — Work on pear blight— Citrus fruit diseases in Florida — 
The grape scale in New York — Sweet potato black rot ( Geratocystis fimbriate). 

Fungous diseases of the grape. F. B. No. 1, pp. 12. 1891. 

A new pear disease. Jour. Mycol., vol. 6, pp. 113, 114. 1891 . 

Disease of geraniums. Jour. Mycol.. vol. »J. pp. 114, 115, illus. 1891. 

Treatment of grape diseases. Jour. Mycol., vol. 7, pp. 12-10, illus. 
1891. 

The improved Japy knapsack sprays. Jour. Mycol., vol. 7. pp. .">!)- 
41, illus. 1891. ' 

A new pine leaf rust (Coleosjwrium pint). Jour. Mycol., vol. 7. p. 
11. 1891. 

A new method of treating grain by the Jensen process for the pre- 
vention <>f smut. Jour. Mycol., vol. 7, pp. 372, 373. 1894. 

Report of the Chief of the Division of Vegetable Pathology. Ag. 
Ept. 1892, pp. 215-246, illus. 

Introduction — Field work of the year in treating plant diseases — Experi- 
ment* in the i reatmenl of rusts affeol ing wheat and ol her cereals — Experi- 
ments at Garretl Park, Md. — Supplementary experiments in the treatment 
of rust of wheal and other cereals at Garretl Park, Md.— Wheat mat 
experiments at Manhattan, Kans. — Experiments at Etockport, Kan-. I 
perimente in treating the diseaae of nursery Btoek— Work at Millikin, 
M.l -Work on black rol of the grape — Experiments in California in the 
t real ii lent of fungi affecting the almond and prune Destruction of lichens 
on pear trees bj means of Bordeaux mixture Miscellaneous experimi 

ii yellows and peach rosette Investigations of the special agent in 
California Work on pear blight, the pollination of pear and apple blos- 
soms, etc. hi >ns in Florida apon citrus fruits and other sub- 
tropical plants Work in the laboratory. 

Report on the experiments made in L891 in the treatment of plant 
diseases. STeg. Path. Bui No. :;, pp. 76, Mas. 1892 ( I) 

Suggestions in regard to the treatment of ( ercospora oireums< 
.lour. Mycol., v.d. 7, p|>. 77, 78. 1882. 

Report of the t 'hief of the Division of Vegetable Pathology. A.g. 
Rpt 1893, pp. 245 276. 

Introduction Publical ions— Further investigations into the < nm; 

the fruitfuliiess ol pear and apple trees Orchard work in the treatment 
of pear leaf-bligbl Experiments in the treatment "i black rol of the 
lt! i j »»■ \ tesl "i Bordeaux mixture <>i various strengths Othei ex|>eri 
ments in the treatment of black rol Treatment of leaf d < •• ting 



102 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGKICULTl KE. 

Galloway, B. T. — Continued. 

nursery stock — Additional experiments in the treatment of wheat rust — 
Potato diseases — Observation of the general effects of the macrosporium 

disease and its prevention — Work «>!' fungicides - Bordeaux mixture — Work 
in Florida upon the diseases <>i' citrus fruits and other subtropical plants — 
Orange blight — Die-back — Foot-rot — Scab — Sooty mold — Other diseases of 
citrus fruits — Investigation of plant diseases on the Pacific coast— Fruit- 
tree diseases— Walnut disease— Grape diseases— The peach yellows inves- 
tigations — Miscellaneous work of the division. 

Experiments in the treatment of rusts affecting wheat and other 
cereals. Jour. Mycol., vol. 7, pp. 195-226. 1893. 

Report of the Chief of the Division of Vegetable Pathology. Ag. 
Bpt. 1894, pp. 14;J-15(). 

Laboratory investigations— Field work — Routine work — Outline of t lie work 
planned Tor the current fiscal year. 

Report of the Chief of the Division of Vegetable Physiology and 
Pathology. Ag. Bpt. 1895, pp. 169-174. 

Work of the division for the fiscal year ended dune 30, 1895 — Increased pro- 
ductiveness of plants sprayed with Bordeaux mixture — Discuses affecting 
greenhouse plants — Pear blight investigations — .Melon diseases— Cereal 
diseases — Wo rk at the subtropical laboratory — Work on fche Pacific 
Coast — Exhibit for the Cotton states and Internationa] Exposition — Pon- 
tine work — Outline of work planned for the current year. 

Some destructive potato diseases: What they are and how to pre- 
vent them. F. B. No. 15, pp. 8, illus. 1894. 

Some observations on new and old insecticides and their combi- 
nation with fungicides. I. L., vol. 7, pp. 126-131. 1894. 

The effect of spraying with fungicides on the growth of nursery 
stock. Veg. Path. Bui. No. 7, pp. 41, illus. 1894. 

Frosts and freezes as affecting cultivated plants. V. 15. 1895, pp, 
1 13-168, illus. 

Kinds of frosts and freezes — How plants are affected — Ho*w to foretell 
frosts — Protection of plants from the injurious effects of frosts and 
freezes— -Prevention of injuries to trees and other woody plants. 

The health of plants in greenhouses. V. Ii. L895, pp. 247-256, 
illus. 

Health and disease— The soil — Water, heat, and light — Selection as a means 
of increasing the vigor of plants. 

Spraying for fruit diseases. F. 1*>. No. 38, pp. li\ illus. L896. 

The pathology Of plants: Lines o\' investigation that might 06 

undertaken by experiment stations. B. 8. K.. vol. 7, pp. 7ii.~>-7.J.~». 
L896. 

Report of the Ohief of the Division of Vegetable Physiology and 
Pathology. Ag. Bpt. L896, pp. L5-22. 

Diseases of shade and ornamental trees— Work on fche diseases <>f oitrus 
fruits — improving the orange Pineapple diseases Effects of the freeze 
of 1894 95 on vegetation in Florida Work In California and other Pacific 
Coasl States Diseases affecting fcruck crops, cotton, etc., in the South 
Work on greenhouse crops Diseases of wheat and other cereals Miscel- 
laneous lines of work Herbarium work Outline of current work. 

Report of the Ohief of the Division <»t' Vegetable Physiology and 
Pathology. A.g. Bpt. L897, pp. 7 L3. 

Investigations of the diseases of forest and shade dees Diseases affecting 

plants nndei glass Studiesof the diseases of melons and of cotton ana 

other Southern crops— The diseases of pomaceous and allied fruits rnves- 

tions of the diseases affecting fruits and other crops <>n the Pacific 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 103 

Galloway, B. T. — Continued. 

Coast — Work in Florida on citrus fruits and other subtropical plants — 
Cereals and cereal diseases— Experiments with fungicides— Nutrition of 
plants — Preparation and preservation of pathological specimens for per- 
manent use— Preparation of an exhibit for the Tennessee Centennial 
Exposition — Bibliographical work — Preparation and publication of bul- 
b-tins and papers — Investigations planned for the current year. 

Galloway, B. T., and J. B. Ellis. 

New Western fungi. Jour. Mycol., vol. 5, pp. 65-68. 1889. 

A new Mucronoporus. Jour. Mycol., vol. 5, pp. 141, 111*. 1889. 

New species of fungi. Jour. Mycol., vol. 6, pp. 31-33. 1S90. 

Galloway, B. T., and David G. Fairchild. 

Experiments in the treatment of plant diseases. Jour. Mycol., vol. 
6, pp. 89-95. 1891. 

Treatment of pear leaf-blight and scab in the orchard. Jour. Mycol., 
vol. 6, pp. 137-142. 1891. 

Galloway, B. T , and Effie A. Southworth. 

Treatment of apple scab. Jour. Mycol., vol. 5, pp. 210-214. 1889. 

Preliminary notes on a new and destructive oat disease. -lour. 
Mycol., vol. G, pp. 72, 73. LS90. 

Galloway, B. T., and Albert F. Woods. 

Water as a factor in the growth of plants. V. I>. 1894, pp. 165- 
170, illus. 

Water in green plants — Relation of root development to water supply — 
Struct me, of tbe plant and bow it obtains water — Loss of water by evap- 
oration from the foliage —Controlling evaporation — Summary. 

Diseases of shade and ornamental trees. Y. B. 1896, pp, 237-254, 

illus. 

General remarks — Diseases due to soil conditions — Diseases dne to atmos- 
pheric conditions — Fungous diseases. 

Gallup, H. A. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Wisconsin.] Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp, 1 «'»:;. 
404. 

Gamble, Robert. 

| Report od (arm crops, etc, In Florida.] Ag. Rpt. L851, pp. 327-329. 

Gamgee, John. 

The Lung plagne. Dis. Cattle, pp. 7-77. L869. 

On the ill effects of smutty com on rattle. Dis. Cattle, pp. 7S-SS. 

L869. 

The splenic, or periodic, fever of cattle. Dis. Cattle, pp, 89 L61, 
illus. L869. 

Genera] remarks on cattle diseases, Dis. Cattle, pp. L62-167. L869. 

Report on the lung plague. l>is. Cattle, pp. 3-63, illus. L871. 

Report on the ill effects of smut in feed of farm animals. Dis, < 'at 
tie, pp. 73 -81. 1871. 

Report on the splenic, ot periodic, fever of cattle. Dis. Cattle, pp. 
83 L55, illus. 1871. 

Garber, J. B. 

[Report on farm crops, etc. in Pennsylvania. Au. Rpt. L850, pp. 
415 us. 



104 U. B. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Gardner, C. 

[Eeport on farm crops, etc., in New York.] Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp. 
221-223. 

f Report on farm crops, etc., in New York.] Ag. Bpt. 1852, pp. 
216, 217. 

Gardner, Johnson. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Massachusetts.] Ag. Rpt. 184!). pp. 
93-96. 

Gardner, Thomas. 

Wild flowers. Ag. Rpt, 1862, pp. 155-162. 

Gardner, W. H. 

Training animals for work. Ag. Rpt. 1866, pp. 355-357. 

Gardner, Frank D., Milton Whitney, and Lyman J. Briggs. 

An electrical method of determining the moisture content of arable 
soils. Soils Bui. No. 6, pp. 26, illus. 1897. 

Garman, H. 

The origin and development of parasitism among the Sarcoptidae. 
I. L., vol. 4, pp. 182-187. 1891. 

illustrations for the economic entomologist. I. L., vol. 6, pp. 109- 
114. 1893. 

The preservation of larva' for study. I. L., vol. 6, p. 98. 1893. 

Garnett, Thomas. 

Growth of cotton in India. Ag. Rpt. 1845, pp. 762-765. 

Garrigues, W. E. 

Determination of phosphoric acid by the molybdate method. 
Chem. Bui. No. 43, pp. 105-108. 1894. 

Garriott, E. B. 

Chinook winds. Mo. W. R., vol. 20, p. 23. 1892. 

The warm waves of July and August, 1892. Mo. W. R.,vol. 20, pp. 
223,224. 1892. 

Nigh areas of the north Pacific Coast in September, October, and 
November. Mo. W. R., vol. 23, pp. 249, 260. 1895. 

Tropical storms of the (lull* of .Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean in 
September. Mo. W. EL, vol. 23, pp. 167-169. 1895. 

Bigh areas north of the St. Lawrence Valley in October, November, 
and December. Mo. W. R., vol. 23, i). 292. 1895. 

Cold waves on the middle Gulf Coast. Mo. W. R., vol. 23, pp.334, 
335. L895. 

Wind barometer table. Mo. W. R., vol. 23, pp. 204, 205, L897. 

Gates, William P. 

[Remarks on farm stock and potatoes.] Ag. Rpt. L850, pp. 300, 301. 

Gaurche, J. P. 

| Remarks on cotton in Cuba.] Ag, Rpt. 1856, pp. ~*i~>, 286. 

Geddes, George. 

Experiments in the culture of Indian corn. A^-. Rpt, L845, pp. 

i;i; no. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 105 

Geiger, William. 

Wheat and other crops in Oregon. Ag. Kpt. 1850, pp. 12-17. 

Wheat, corn, oat8, clover and the grasses, neat cattle, dairy husbandry, 
hemp, root crops, and vines. 

Geitel, H., and J. Elster. 

Review of recent investigations into the subject of atmospheric, 
electricity. W. B. Bui. No. 2, pt. 2, pp. 510-522, illus. 1895. 

Gennert, Theodore. 

Report on beet sugar in Europe. Ag. Rpt. 18G8, pp. 1.58-17 L. 
Genin, Thomas H. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Ohio.] Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp. 368-372. 

George, Robert. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Ohio.] Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp. 361-308. 

Woolgrowing. Ag. Rpt. 1861, pp. 124-127. 

Georgeson, C. C. 

Progress report on the dairy industries of Denmark. Unrmn. 
rpt., pp. 14. 1893. 

Report on the dairy industry of Denmark. B. A. T. Bui. No. 5, 
pp. 133, illus. 1893. 

Forage plants for the semiarid AYest. O. E. S. Bui. No. 16, pp. 
145-147. 1893. 

Kafir corn : Characteristics, culture, and uses. P. B. Xo. 37, pp. 12, 
illus. 1896. 

How shall selling milk on the basis of quality be accomplished in 
the retail trade 1 (). E. S. Bui. No. 41, pp. 93-95. L897. 

Gerland, E. 

Historical sketch of instrumental meteorology. W. B, Bui. No. 

2, pp. 6S7-69!>. 1896. 

Gerolt, Fr. V. 

Mexican frijoles. Ag. Kpt. 1853, p. 223. 

Giard, M. A. 

On the parasitic castration of Typhlocyba by the larva of a 
Hymenopter [Aphelopus melalencus) and that of a Dipter [Atel- 

eneura si>n>ia). I. I,., vol. 2, pp. 271-273, L890, 

Gibbs, Wilrnot S. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., iii South Carolina.] Ag. Kpt. L850, 
pp. 231-237. 

Gibson, Charles. 

Differences in the determination of reverted phosphoric acid by 

the official method of analysis, ('hem. Bui. No. 28, pp. L66 170. 
L890. 

Gibson, H. B., S. Calvert, and D. W. May. 

Dietary studies at the University of Missouri in 1895, and data 
relating to bread and meat consumption in Missouri. <>. B. 8, 
Bui. No. 31. pp.20. L896, 

Gift, George W. 

Cotton under high culture. A.g. Rpt. lsc;. pp. ion II". 



10u* U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Gilbee, W. A. 

The use of alcohol in the manufacture of sorghum sugar. Chem. 
Bui. No. 34, pp. 8,9. 1892. 

Gilbert, B. D. 

The cheese industry in the State of New York. B. A. I. Bui. No. 
15, pp. 3-44. 1890. 

Gilbert, Charles H. 

"Report on the fishes of the Death Valley expedition collected in 
southern California and Nevada in 1891, with descriptions of new 
species. N. A. Fauna No. 7, pp. 229-234. 1893. 

Gilbert, Joseph Henry. 

Agricultural investigations at Rothamsted, England. O. E. S. 
Bui. N o. 20, pp. 46-51. 1894. 

Agricultural investigations at Rothamsted, England, during a 
period of fifty years. (). E. 8. Bui. No. 22, pp. 31G, illus. 1895. 

I Six Lectures delivered under the provisions of the Lawes Agricultural Trust, 
under the anspices of the Association of the American Agricultural Col- 
leges and Experiment Stations in November, 1893.) — The experiments with 
root crops grown continuously — Experiments with barley grown continu- 
ously — Results of Experiments at Rothamsted on the growth of various 
leguminous crops for many years in succession on the same land; also con- 
sideration of the question of the fixation of free nitrogen — Experiments 
on the growth of wheat for fifty years in succession on the same land- 
Experiments at Rothamsted on rotation of crops — Experiments at Roth- 
amsted on the feeding animals for the production of meat, milk, manure, 
and for the exercise of force. 

Gilchrist, James B. 

Small-fruit culture. Pom. Rpt. L895, pp. 57-^64. 1897. 

Gill, Theodore. 

Pisciculture with reference to American waters. Ag. Rpt. 1866, pp. 
394-423, illus. 

Pisciculture among the ancients— Pisciculture and spawn collecting in 
china — Rapid growth of Chinese fishes— Pisciculture in Europe during 
the middle ages Discovery of artificial fecundation by Jaoohi — Artificial 
fecundation — Rediscovery and practical application of artificial fecunda- 
tion — Nature and objects of pisciculture — Mode of operation Apparatus 
for batching -Artificial spawning beds — Pisciculture mostly applied to 
fresh-vt ater fishes -Reckless pursuit of fresh-water fish— Restocking w ater 

with new or locall\ exterminated species — Subclasses of fishes — Cliarac- 

terist ic forms of teleosts of fresh water —Economical American fresh -w ater 
fishes -Centrarchids, or sunfishes — The gourami: lis habitat or native 
country. 

Gillespie, "William A. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Virginia.] Ag-. Rpt, L860, pp. 
320, 321. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Virginia.] Ag. Rpt. L861, pp. 
309 311. 

Gillette, C. P. 

Notes on the plum cureulio and plum gonger. I. L., vol. 3, pp. 
227-220. L891. 

Notes on certain experiments and observations at the Iowa Experi- 
ment Station. I. L., vol. 3, pp. 268 261. L891. 

To prevent squirrels from pulling corn Kerosene emulsion as ■ Bheep dip — 
The ■curfj bark louse bxperi men ts with the arsenites Cutworm para- 

luseet diseases The potato -talk weevil Pyrethrum experiments 
Kerosene extract ui pj rethrum ;i^ an inse< tieide. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 107 

Gillette, C. P. — Continued. 

The arsenites and arsenical mixtures as insecticides. T. L., vol. 6, 
pp. 115-121. 1893. 

The grasshopper disease in Colorado. Ent. Bui. No. G, n. b., pp. 
89-93. 1890. 

How shall we improve our collections [entomological I lint. Bui. 
No. 2, n. s., pp. 95-97. 1896. 

Vernacular names of insects. Bnt. Bui. No. 9, n. s., pp. :V2-M. 

1897. 

A successful lantern trap. Ent. Bui. No. 9, n. s.. pp. 75, 7<>, illus. 
is<>7. 

Oviposition in young forest trees by Tetraopes femoratus. Bnt. 1 '»ul. 

No. 9, n. 8., pp. 70, 77. 1897. 

A few insects that have been unusually abundant in Colorado this 
year. lint. Bui. No. 9, n. s., pp. 77-7!>. 1897. 

Gillet, H. N. 

Report on farm crops, etc., in Ohio.] Ag. Rpt. 1852, pp. 243-245. 

Gipps, Frederick S. 

Extent and importance of ancient water supply and irrigation 
works. S. Ex. Doc. No. 11, pt. 1, pp. 42.S-4: , >1\ 1892. 

Girdwood, John. 

Culture of the potato in Scotland. Ag. Rpt. L845, pp. 401-401. 
Githens, John A. 

[Address before National Road Conference, July ~>. 1894.] Road 
Inq. Bui. No. 10. pp. 5, 0. 1894. 

Gittings, Julian E. 

[Report on the commerce of Port Hope, Canada.] For.Mkts.Bal. 
NO. 4, pp. 31, 32. L895. 

Gladding, Thomas. 

On the determination of citrate soluble phosphoric acid in natural 
guanos. Ohem. Bui. No. 7, pp. 16-19. L885. 

Gladding, T. S. 

Discussion of the estimation of phosphoric acid. Chem. Bui. No. 
1!>. pp. 7.\ 7i;. L897. 

Glassford, W. A. 

Rainfall in Arizona and its effect on irrigation and water Btorage, 
wit 1 1 description of some favorable points tor storage reservoirs. 
S. Rpt. No. 928, pt. 3, pp. L86 194, illus, L890. 

Glenn, S. W. 

.Me rable Bnowstorma in South Dakota. Mo. W. R., vol. 25, pp. 

15,16. L897. 

Glennie, A. 

Meteorological statement for L851, ;it Waccamaw, South Carolina. 
A.g. Rpt. L851, pp. 641, 642. 

Glover, Townend. 

insects injurious and beneficial to vegetation. A.g. Rpt 1854, pp. 

59 89, illus. 

Cotton loose, bollwonn, u r r;iin 11 11 > 1 1 1 . SwlranuM <i>i<nli i< ollti, Ingonmois moths, 
bill bug, or corn borer, corn worm, il, \nohium pauioemH, HeMMinn 

By, \\lu;ii luidflO, i « > 1 1 1 1 worm. vine bopnor, American nroiTi», \ 



108 U. g. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Glover, Townend — Continued. 

malculalis, spotted pelidnota, plant louse, grapevine borer, plum weevil, 
apple (or codling) moth, peach tree borer, ichneumon fly, syrphus, lady- 
bird, lacewing fly, Carolina tiger beetle, harpalus, rearhorse, Redutiu* 

novenar'uts, ichneumon rly. 

Insects frequenting the cotton plant. Ag. Ept. 1855, pp. 04-115, 
illus. 

Cutworm, cotton louse, grasshoppers, leaf hopp6r, cotton caterpillar, grass 
caterpillar, red spider, drop or bang worm, corn emperor moth, cotton 
tortrix, yellow caterpillar, cotton arctia, pea-green caterpillar, cotton 
Lygteus, Bap-suckers, blister fly (Cantharis strigosa I, cotton chauliognathus 
(Chauliognathus pennsylcanicus), yellow-margined winged ohaliognathus 
(C. marguHitus), delta thoraxed tricliius (Trichina delta), twelve-spotted 
galereuca (Galereuca duodecimpunctata), spanworms or loopers, small 
cotton spanwonn, larger spanwonn, green plant bug, spotted plant bug, 
red-edged-winged reduvius, yellow-banded-winged anisoscelis, brownish- 
black anisoscelis, melancholy cetonia( (Jctonia melanvholha), Indian cetonia 
(C. indd), square- necked sylvan ua (Sylvanus quadricoWs), corn worm, boll- 
worm, striped pale-green caterpillar, redhug or cotton stainer, Zanthidia 
niceppe, Argynnia columbina, great American frittellary (Agraulis vanilla ), 
ants, spiders, Carolina tiger beetle (M egacephela Carolina), predatory beetle, 
devil's coach horse ( Reduvius novenarius), ichneumon fly, smaller ichneumon 
fly, syrphus. ladybird, lacewing fly, 

Insects injurious and beneficial to the orange tree. Ag. Ept 1865, 
pp. 115llli). 

Accidents and diseases of the cotton plant. Ag. Rpt. L855, 
])]). 230-234. 

Investigation on insects and diseases affecting the cotton plant. 
Ag. Rpt. 1857, pp. liil-lliO, illus. 

Report of the Entomologist. Ag. Kpt. 1863, pp. 561-579. 

Report of the Entomologist. Ag. Kpt. 1804, pp. 540-564. 

Entomological exhibition in Paris. Ag. Kpt. 1865, pp. 88-162. 

Report of the Entomologist. Ag. Rpt. L865, pp. 33-45. 

Report of the Entomologist. Ag. Rpt 1866, pp. 27- r>. 

Correspondence of the Entomologist Mo. Rpt, Oct. 1805, pp. 
6-16; Nov., pp. 0-11. 

Report of the Entomologist Ag. Rpt L867, pp. 58-76, illus. 

The food and habits of hectics. Ag. Rpt 1868, pp. 7S-117, illus. 

Report of the Entomologist. Ag. Rpt l<sot), pp. 60-64. 

Report of the Entomologist and Curator of the Museum. Ag. Kpt. 
L870, i)p. 65-91, illus. 

Report of the Entomologist and Curator of the .Museum. A.g. Rpt 
L871, pp. 69 88, illus. 

Tin- wingless grasshoper, or "cricket," of Utah. Mo. Rpt 1872, 

pp. 7 I 70, illus. 

Report of the Bnto logist and Curator of the Museum. Ag. Rpt 

L872, pp. Hi' L38, illus. 

S'otes on the Diptera, with their remedies, 

The cabbage moth. Bio. Rpt L872, p. 137, Illus. 

Entomological record. Mo. Rpt L872, pp. 215 218, illus. 

A ii< u grasshopper New earth worm Note on Fiertsrapaj. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 109 

Glover, Townend — Continued. 

Entomological record. Mo. Rpt. 1872, pp. 304-307, illus. 

Larvae in Terminal shoots of peach — Mites in pear leaves — Insect injuries. 
Entomological record. Mo. Rpt. 187L\ pp. 366-371, illus. 

Beetles in decaying peaches — Worms in peach trees — Note to correspond- 
ents — Insect injuries. 

Entomological record. Mo. Rpt. 1872, pp. 438-440, illus. 

Army, or snake, worm — Insect injur;' 

Kntoinological record. Mo. Rpt. 1872, pp. 497-500, illus. 

A lar^e grasshopper — Insect injuries. 

Entomological record. Mo. Rpt. 1873, pp. 29-31. 

The apple-twig borer — The army, or snake, worm again — The ruse hug — 
Insert injuries to plums. 

The tobacco worm. Mo. Rpt. 1873, pp. 164-16<>. 

Kiitomological record. Mo. Rpt, t873, pp. 237-239. 

The twig girdler— Colorado beetle — Apple-twig borer— Insect injuries. 
Entomological record. Mo. Rpt. 1873, pp. 345-351, illus. 

Insects injuring corn — Colorado potato beetle — Grapevine root louse — Trap- 
door spider— Luminous larva— Insect injuries. 

Entomological record. Mo. Rpt. L873, pp. 126-431. 

The Colorado potato beetle in the District of Colnmbia — Paris green — Phyl- 
loxera va$tatrix — Insect injuries. 

Grapevine borers — Insect injuries. Mo. Kpt. L873, pp. 41 Ki— 1!K>. 

Entomological record. Mo. Rpt. L873, pp. 571-579, 

Protection against cotton insects — Colorado potato beetle — Phylloxera — Xy lo- 
ryete* Batyrus — Insect injuries. 

Entomological record. Mo. Rpt. 1874, pp. L3-46. 

Further remarks on the Phylloxera— The Phylloxera on frail trees— Paris 
green as an insecticidi — How to recognize the cotton caterpillar— Insect 
and squirrel depredations. 

Entomological record. Mo. Rpt. .874, pp. 221, 222, [Has. 
Luminous beetles Poke root lor destroying in* 

Report of the Entomologist and Curator of the Museum. Ag. Rpt. 
L874, pp. L22-146, illus. 

Entomological record. Mo. Rpt. L874, pp. 324-330, illus, 

•lorado potato beetle— Insect Injuries. 
Insect injuries. Mo. Rpt. 1874, pp. 373-376, 

Entomological record. Mo. Rpt. 1874, pp. 128-431. 

Experiments irith phylloxera— The cotton worm — Insecl injur! 
Grape-roof gall louse. Mo. Rpt. 1874, pp. 506, 507. 
Recent notes on the -»h \ n« »\ci;i iVoin foreign sources. Mo. Rpt. 

Report of the Entomologist. A.g. Rpt. L875, pp. 1 1 i -1 io. illus. 
Heteropfc ra, or plant bug -Remedies reported t<> b« itroy- 

inu r insects of tin- suborder heteropto ra, "■ plant-bug. 

[Remarks on beneficial insects.' |fo. Rpt. L875, pp, L75,176,illn& 

Entomological record, Mo. Rpt. 1875, pp. 221 L'30,illus. 

Cutworms Pkylhaere In Austria — Phylloxt c in Frmi 

Insert injur i 



110 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Glover, Townend — Continued. 

Insect injuries. Mo. Rpt. L875, pp. 307-310. 

Entomolgical record. Mo. Rpt. L875, pp. 142-445. 

The ohincfa bug, or Mormon louse — Two methods of destroying the Colorado 
beetle. 

Report of the Entomologist and Curator of the Museum. Ag. Rpt. 

L876, pp. 17-46, illus. 

Homoptera. 
Report of the Entomologist. Ag. Rpt. 1877, pp. 89-117, illus. 

llyrnenoptera. 

Report of the Museum Division. Ag. Rpt. 1877, pp. 118-148, illus. 

Economic Museum of Agriculture— Cereals and legumes— Fruits and vege- 
tables — Farinaceous substances — Sugar and sirups — Beverages, liquors, 
and narcotics— Spices, condiments, etc. — Aboriginal food Bubstances 
Textile fibers— Paper materials — Dyes and coloring materials— Tanning 

materials — dims and resins —Fats, oils, wax, etc. — Animals— Birds — 
Insects — Forest woods — Vegetable products of botanical interest — Carpo- 
Logical collections — Vegetable Bubstances used in medicine — Soils — Ferti- 
lizers — Farm implements — Casts illustrating' diseases of farm animals — 
Plan of the museum — Food substances. 

Goble, W. F. 

The grasshoppers in Kansas. Mo. Rpt. 1867, pp. 200, 291. 

Goding, F. W. 

A note on the ladybird parasite. I. L., vol. 2, p. 147. 1889. 

Food plants of some North American Menibracidae. I. L., vol. 5, 
pp.92, 93. 1892. 

Goff, E. S. 

Experiments in the treatment of gooseberry mildew and apple scab. 
Jour; Mycol., vol. 5, pp. 33-37. 1889. 

Report on the treatment of apple scab. Bot. Bui. No. 11, pp. 22-28. 
L890. 

Treatment <>f apple scab. Jour. Mycol., vol. <>, pp. 19-21. 1890. 

The work of the experiment stations in the reform of vegetable 
nomenclature. O. E. 8. Misc. Bui. No. 3, pp. 47, is. 1891. 

Treatment of fungous diseases. Jour. Mycol., vol. 7, pp. L7-25. 
L891. 

Experiments in the treatment <>r apple scab— Experiments in t he treat men t 
of the septoria of the raspberrj and blackberry — Experiment in treating 
t lie potato rot. 

Notes on the treatment of apple scab. O. B, B. Bui. No. 16, pp. 
87,88. L893. 

Laboratory work In horticulture. O. E. B. Bui. No. 41, pp. L03, L04, 
L897. 

Gold, T. S. 

[Report on farm crops, etc, in Connecticut.] A-;-. Rpt. L 861, pp. 

175-1 77. 

Goldfinger. Max. 

| Report ou the commerce of Mannheim, Germany.] For. Mkts. 
BnL N<>. 2, pp. 77 79. L895. 
Animals, wheat, meat, ootton, tobacoo, fruits, Liquors, seeds. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. Ill 

Gomberg, M. 

A chemical study of the resinous contents and their distribution in 
trees of the longlenf pine before and after tapping for turpen- 
tine. For. Bui. No. 8, pp. 34-49. 1893. 

Goodale, George Lincoln. 

Suggestions for Investigations in vegetable physiology, with special 
relation to agriculture. E, S. R., vol. 7. pp. L38-456. L895. 

Goodale, S. L. 

Report of the American Pomological Society for Maine Ag. Rpt. 
1850, pp. 328, 329. 

Remarks on the physiology of breeding. Ag. Rpt. L862, pp. 222- 
242. 

Law of similarity — Tli<' law of variation — Atavism, or ancestral influence— 
Relative influence of tbe parents. 

The manufacture of cheese as a -tapir article of export. Ag. IJpt. 
L863, pp. 381-416. 

Milk — The important point- • making — Separation of the whey from 

tb«' card — Apparatus — Pra< tical operations— Manufacture of cheese by 
associated dairies — Size and form— For Southern markets and long voy- 
age — Breeds for the dairy— Management <•! cows — Value of whey. 

Goodell, H. H. 

What is the mission of the bulletin [of the experiment station]? 
O. B. 8. Bui. No. 24, pp. 69-71. L895. 

Goodloe, Daniel R. 

Grape culture and wine making. Ag. Rpt. L 860, pp. 359-402. 

A brief history of grape culture and wine making, ancient and modern, 
with a comprehensive view of the present ex ten 1 <>i the wine product of 
the world— Armenia Egypt— Chins India— Persia— Turkey in Asii 
Greece and European Turkey, Italy, and 8icily— France— Champa 
Bnrjrundy— The Rhone ami southern Prance Gascony and Gnieuue— 
Spain Portugal Madeira Germany and Hungary — Ancient wines— 
Mod.! d w 

Resources and industrial condition of the Southern states. \j. 
Rpt. L865, pp. 102-136. 

The social and political revolution— S of population, area, internal 

improvements, and wealth -Territorial extent and population t<» the 
square mile Rebellious 81 .>-.,<! value <>r real and j ►< • i -« -i i . • 1 

propertj I anals, railways, etc. Boil, climate, and production— Principal 
productions of the Southern Liv< itocl Manufactures — Bize of 

farm states I :• "i slavery on population 

Commerce— Of free and slave labor- That capital invested in ill 
unproducl to grow cotton with free an l with 

slave labor — Net profits <a' free and slave labor cultivation \ alue o 
and personal property 81a> ery and niannfactnres— Analogous doctrine <>t' 
.1. Stuart Mill What baa L>< (I i»\ emancipation I h<- value «>f 

land Klave I'l Now abolition aftecta la it <>i slavi 

popnlation Condition of free m groes— Working <a' emanoipation Prod- 

Uetl Of Mai J land and Kent Qckj . 
Goodrich, C. 

[Report on form crops, etc., m Vermont.] Ag. Bpt L850, pp. 221, 
Frail report from Vermont. \j. Rpt, 1852, pp.37 39. 

Goodrich, Charles. 

| Report on la mi CTOpB, etc., iii Maim-. A -. Rpt. L851, pp. 1 18 1 H>. 



112 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Goodrich, C. E. 

The potato: Its natural history, deterioration, and improvement. 
Ag. Kpt. 1852, pp. 354-372. 

Potatoes: Propagation of new varieties from seed. Ag. Rpt. 1855, 
pp. 305, L'OG. 

Goodrich C. P. 

Butter making on the farm. F. B. No. 57, pp. 15. 1897, 
Goodrich, Reuben. 

Good roads. O. E. S. Bui. No. 14, pp. 82, 83. 1893. 
Goodwin, Israel. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Vermont.] Ag. Rpt. 1850, pp. 335- 
338. 

Gorgas, John. 

Importation of skylarks. Ag. Rpt. 1853, pp. 70, 71. 
Goss, Arthur. 

Method for the determination of phosphoric acid in soils. Chem. 
Bui. No. 43. pp. 58-04. 1894. 

Concerning the determination of phosphoric acid and potash in 
soils. Chem. Bui. No. 47, pp. 50-57. 1890. 

Dietary studies in New Mexico. O. E. S. Bui. NO. 10. pp. 1»3. 1897. 
Mexican houses — Food used — Preparation of food — Miscellaneous — Analysis 
of foods — Dietary studies with Mexican families— Discussion of results. 
Goss, Arthur, and W. G. Brown. 

Report on soils and ash. Chem. Bui. No. 49, pp. SO-90. 1897. 
Goss, Arthur, and A. M. Peter. 

Report on soils and ash. Chem. Bui. No. 47, pp. 30-45. 1896. 
Gossard, H. A., and Herbert Osbom. 

The clover seed caterpillar (Qtapholithia interstinctana), I. L., vol. 
4, pp. 5<i-:>8. 1891. 

Graham, Daniel. 

Imports of madder. Ag. Rpt. IS 17, p. 461. 

statement showing quantity and value of imports of madder from Prance 
on the Mediterranean, Holland, England, Belgium, Sicily, Turkey, and 

Spanish Atlantic ports, from 1845 to 1847, 

Graham, D. C. 

Report on farm crops, etc., in Mississippi]. Ag. Rpt 1850, pp. 
is;. L88. 

Graham, John, jr. 

The nse of convict labor on public roads. Road [nq, Bui. No. 11, 
pp. :;i 38. L895. 

Gray, J. C. 

Remarks on the climate <>r New England. Ag. Rpt. 1854, pp. 
123 148. 

Greene, Francis V. 

Roads. Road [nq. Bui. No. 17, pi».;;i 46. L895, 

Green, Seth. 

Pisciculture. M<>. Rpt L868, pp. 361, 362. 
Fish culture. Ag. Rpt. L872, pp.248 274. 

Brook trout culture — White li-h -Salmon trout— Shad. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 113 

Green, W. J. 

Methods of work in variety testing. O. B. S. Mis. Bui. Xo. 3. pp. 

49-53. 1891. 

Greene w aid, Mrs. L. H. 

How best to secure and retain the services of voluntary observers. 
\Y. B. Bui. No. 18, pp. 12-44. 1890. 

Gregory, P. R. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in North Carolina.] Ag. Rpt. 1850, 
pp. 219-221. 

Gregory, J. W. 

Report on artesian wells. 8. Ex. Doc. No. 222, pp. 145-172. 1890. 

Progress report of the Great Plains. 8. Ex. Doc. No. 53, pp. 147, 
148. 1891. 

Final report on the mid-plains division of the artesian and under- 
flow investigation between the ninety-seventh meridian of longi- 
tude west of Greenwich and the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. 
S. Ex. Doc. No. 41, pt. 4, pp. 50, illns. 1892. 

Grete, A. 

Agricultural investigation in Switzerland. E. S. R., vol. <>, pp. 
G81-688. 1895. 

Griffin, Walter T. 

I Report on the commerce of Limoges, France.] For. Mkts, Bui. 
No. 3, pp. 68-74. 1895. 

American products marketable in Franco — Animals— Animal products — Cot- 
ton — b'ish. salted and canned — Cereals — Dairy products — Fruit — Vege- 
tables— Liquors— < trass seeds— Sundries. 

Griimell, J. B. 

Sheep on the prairies. A<;\ Rpt. 1862, pp. 300-312. 

Breeds of sheep — Practical management. 

Cattle industries. Misc. Bpl. Rpt. No. 2, p. 232. 1883. 

Cattle interests west of the Mississippi. 1st Rpt, Ii. A. I., pp. 
L'.;:i-244. 1885. 

Griswald, R. W. 

Letter on eost of* raising wheat and corn. A.g, Rpt L847, pp. 
107,408. 

Grosh, A. B. 

Meteorology of L865. A.g. Rpt. L866, pp. 571 598. 
Meteorology of 1866. Ag. Rpt 1866, pp. 'ill 646, 

Grote, A. R. 

Report on cotton insects. Cot insects, pp. 351,352. 1879. 

Grunsky, C. E. 

Methods of applying water t<> land as practiced in central portions 
of California. B. Ex. Doc N<». n.pt. L, pp. 307-322, illns. L892. 

Gulley, F. A. 

The number <>t" animals to be used in feeding experiments. < >. I ,8. 

BuL No. 7, pp. «.u 96. ls'.Ji'. 

The establishment of official methods of experimentation. <>. B. s. 
Bui. N<». 16, pp. l 17 L50. 1893, 
21713— No. 1 8 



114 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Gumiell, James P. 

Fanning in New England States. Ag. Rpt. 1861, pp. 251-262. 

Hay. Indian corn, wheat, rye, oats, other crops, fruit, horses, neat cattle, 
sheep, swine, poultry, dairy, maple Biigar. 

Guptill, G. W. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Maine. | Ag. Rpt, 1851, pp. 140-144. 

Gurler, H. B. 

Experiments in swine breeding. Misc. Spl. Rpt. No. 2, pp. 155-159. 
1883. 

Guthrie, Ossian. 

Fluctuations of the water level in the Great Lakes. Mo. W, R., vol. 
23, pp. 420,421. 1805. 

Ancient climates near Chicago. Mo. W. R.. vol. 23, p. 424. 1805. 
Guyot, J. 

Culture of the vine. Ag. Rpt. 1800, p. 114, illus. 
Gyde, A. 

Reducing the food of cattle before giving it. Ag. Rpt. 1851, p. 71. 
Hagen, H. A. 

The Hessian fly not imported from Europe. 3d Rpt. Ent. Com., 
pp. 43-40, appx. v. 1883. 

Haggerty, John. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in New York.) Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp. 
225, 220. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in New York.] Ag. Rpt. 1852, pp. 
214,215. 

Hague, Arnold. 

The needs of -the Yellowstone National Park. For. Bui. No. 2, pp. 

200-211. 1S80. 

Hale. E. M. 

Tlex cassine, the aboriginal North American tea: rts history, dis- 
tribution, and use among the native North American Indians. 
Bot. Bui. No. 11, pp. 22, illus. 1891. 

Hale, J. H 

Notes on peach culture. Pom, Rpt. 1801, pp. 50-62, illus. 1895. 

Hale, S. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in New Hampshire.] Ag. Rpt. L850, 

pp. ios no. 

Hall, C. W. 

Technical education. (). B. 8. Bui. NO. 20, pp. 07-7;;. L894, 

Hall, D. M. 

Report of the Chief of the Property and Stationery Division. Ag. 
Rpt. L894, p. 209. 

Hall, Elihn. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in [llinois.] Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp. 439- 

i r\ 

Grasses on the Plains aud eastern slopeof the Rocky Mountains. 
Ag. Rpt, L870, pp. 217 220. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 115 

Hall, F. H., and A. C. True. 

Farmers' institutes. B. S. R., vol. 7, pp. 635-642. L896. 

Hall, J. 

Abstract from a meteorological journal kept at Athens. Illinois. 
Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp. 610-612. 

Hall, Maxwe'l. 

The climate of the West Indies. \Y. B. Bui. No. 2, pt. 3 ? pp. 
589-601. 1896. 

Hall, Robert B. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., of Maryland.] Ag. Rpt. 1817, pp. 
377-379. 

Report on farm crops, etc., in Virginia.] Ag. Rpt. 1848, pp. 
171-476. 

Hall, Ruth. 

A few words on horses. Ag. Rpt. 1861, pp. 544-558. 

Origin of the wild horse in North America— -The domesticated horse of the 
prairies — Horses of the South. 

House plants. Ag. Rpt. L863, pp. 366-381. 

Plants proper for window culture — Treatment of house plants— The violet — 
Miscellaneous hints. 

Hall, Wilburn B. 

; Report on the commerce of Nice. France. | For. Mkts. Bui. No. 3, 
pp.46- 19. 1895. 

Possibilities <>f introducing American manufactures — Consumption of farm 
products— Sources of commercial supply — Trices of farm produce — Sug- 
gestions. 

Hall, W. W. 

Bealtb of farmers' families, Ag. Rpt L862, pp. 153-470. 

Bating — < latching cold — Hardships of farmers' wives — 1 m . 

Farmers' bouses. Agt. Rpt. L863, pp. 313-337. 

Where BhaU I build J— Miasm— Recapitulal ion— Cellars in dwelling houses— 
Water Water pipes— Kitchen— < !hambers- Smoky chimneys— Water con- 
\ eniences— Privies and w ater-closets — Piazzas — House walls — lee houses- 
Shade trees — Barns — The Btable. 

Hallett, F. F. 

The selection and planting of seed. Mo. Rpt. L874, pp. 381-387. 

Halsted, Byron D. 

Peronospone and rainfall, .lour. Mycol., vol. 5, pp. 6-11. L889. 

An interesting CTromyces. dour. .Mycol.. vol. 5, p. LI. L889. 

Notes upon Sphcerotlieca phytophila. .lour. My col.', vol. 5, pp. 85, 56, 
L889. 

Another Splui rot ln*e;i upon PhytoptUS distortions, -lour. .Mycol., 
vol. 5, p. 134. L889, 

Sonic notes upon economic 1 'eronosporeic lor L889 in New Jersey, 
dour. Mycol., vol. 5, pp. 201 203. 1889, 

Treatment of cranberry scald and cranberry gall fungus. Jour. 
Mycol., vol. 6, pp. 18, L9. L890. 



116 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Halsted, Byron D. — Continued. 

A study of fruit decay. O. B. 8. Bul. No. 16, pp. 91, 92. 1893. 

The Solandi printing. O. E. S. Bnl. No. 20, p. 93. 1894. 

Field observations with fungi. O. E. 8. Bnl. No. 20, pp. 93, 94. 

1S94. 

Halsted, B. D., and J. B. Ellis. 

New fungi. Jour Mycol., vol. 6, pp. 33-35. 1890. 
Halsted, B. D., and D. G. Fairchild. 

Sweet potato and black rot. Jour. Glycol., vol. 7, pp. 1-11, illus. 
1891. 

Halsted, Charles M. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in New Jersey.] Ag. Rpt. 1849, pp. 
113-115. 

Hamilton, John 

Comments on the fifth report of the U. S. Entomological Commis- 
sion. I. L., vol. 4, pp. 129-132. 1891. 

Agricultural education. O. E. S. Bui. No. 41, pp. 18-52. 1897. 

Hamlin, George H. 

[Good roads.] O. E. S. Bui. No. 14, pp. 47, 48. 1893. 

Hammett, Alexander. 

Remarks on cotton in Italy. Ag. Rpt. 1856, pp. 288, 289. 

Hammon, W. H. 

Experiments with kites at San Francisco, California. Mo. W. L\, 
vol.24, pp. 288,289. L896. 

Injury from frost, and methods of protection. W. B. Doc. No. 86, 
pp. 12. 1890. 

Report on the operation of the Mount Tamalpais Station for Sep- 
tember, 1897. Mo. W. R., vol. 25, pp. 397, 398. 1897. 

Hammond, Harry. 

Culture of cotton. O. E. 8. Bnl. No. 33, pp. 225-278, illus. 1896. 

The handling and uses of cotton. (). E. S. Bnl. No. 33, pp. 351- 

384, illus. 1890. 

Hammond, J. F. 

[Report OD farm crops, etc., in New Mexico. I A.g, Rpt. 1851,478- 

483. 

Handy, R. B. 

Peanuts: Culture and uses. P. U. No. 25, pp. 24, illus. L895. 

History and general statistics of cotton. O, B, S. BuL No. 33, pp. 
17-<>o, illus. L896, 

Asparagus culture r. li. No. 61, pp. 40, Illus. L897. 

Hami, J. 

Meteorological stations and fche publication of results of observa 

lions. W. B. Bul. No. 2, pt. I. pp. In. 1S!H. 

References bo sources of information relative to the climate of 
Austria Hungary. W. B. Bul. No. 2, pt. 3, pp. 657, 658. 1896. 

The study of t In- upper atmosphere from observations on mountain 
stations. W. B. Bul. No. 2, pt. 3, pp. 754 758. L896, 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 117 

Hansen, N. E. 

Notes on the breeding of fruits. O. E. S. Bui. No. 10, pp. 92-91. 
1893. 

Harbaugh, W. H. 

The disease known as "staggers'' among horses in Virginia and 
North Carolina. 3d Bpt. B. A. I., pp. 209-238. L887. 

Diseases of the respiratory organs. Spl. Rpt Dis. Horse, pp. 
87-134, illus. 1890. 

Hardin, M. B. 

The occurrence of metaphosphoric and pyrophosphoric acids in 
cotton-seed meal. Cliem. Bui. No. 35, pp. 5(M>2. 1892. 

Harding, Charles. 

The climate of the British Islands. W. B. Bui. No. 2, pt. 3, pp. 
C11-(J27, charts. 1896. 
Hargitt, C. W. 

Notes upon the cankerworm. I. L., vol. .">, pp. 8, 9. 1890. 

Hargrave, Jesse. 

[Report on farm crops, etc.. in Virginia. | Ag. Kpt. 1848, pp. 489- 
491. 

Harkness, Edson. 

[Keport on fruit culture in Illinois.] Ag. Kpt. 18.")(>. pp. 358-361. 

Harlan, Josiah. 

( >n the fruits of ( Jabul and vicinity, with a view to the introduction 
of the grapevine of thai region into the central climate of the 
United States. Ag. Kpt. 1861, pp. 526-537. 

Harlan, Samuel W. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Indiana.] Ag. Rpt. L851, pp. 425, 
126. 

Harnden, Enos S. 

Report <»f* tli*' Special Agent for the Purchase of Seeds. Ag. Rpt 
L894, pi). 211-213. 

Report of the Special Agent lor the Purchase of Seeds. Ag. Rpt 
1895, pp. 213-219. 

Report of the Special Agent <>ii Seed Distribution. Ag. Rpt. L896, 
pp. L55-237, 

Report of the Special Agent tor the Purchase and Distribution of 
Seeds. Ag. Rpt L897, pp. L81 184. 

Harold, John. 

Cultivation Of asparagus lor New York market. A". Rpt 1861, 
PP. :;;:;. 374. 

Harrington, H. H. 

RepOli mi soils and ash. Them. Bui, No. 35, pp. !»•"» 98. L892. 

Haiiington, Mark W. 

Report of the Chief of the Weather Bureau. Ag. Rpt L891, pp. 
539-431, illus. 

Introductory it rhe distribution of I m<l frost ami 

sold wave warnings The weather map -Flopd predictions State weather 
■ervioe Division Pacific Coosl Division Hie atudy of lueteorologj in the 



us; 



U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 



Harrington, Mark W. — Continued. 

United States — Meteorological records — The use of our data — Tempera- 
ture — Precipitation — Atmospheric pressure — Wind — Humidity — Dew- 
point — Clouds — Weather — The library — Index of meteorological observa- 
tions — General catalogue of meteorology— Instruments— Meteorology and 
terrestrial magnetism — Soil physies — Climatic Laboratory — Weather con- 
ditions of the crop of L891 — Weather and crop conditions for 1891 in various 
sections of the United States — The International Conference. 

Report of the Chief of the Weather Bureau. Ag. Rpt. 1891*, pp. 
551-(>li<>, illus. 

Work of the year— Improvement of forecasts and their distribution— Local 
forecast officials — The weather map— Weather maps issued at stations — 
Wind signals — Special wind-signal stations — Cotton-region servici — 
Weather reports from the West Indies — Flood predictions — Advanced scien- 
tific work — Publications— Records of the Weather Bureau — Foreign mete- 
orological reports — Examination of records — Requests for meteorological 
data — The records vault — Work of the review room — The library — The 
study of meteorology — Telegraph room — Thunderstorms— State weather 
service — The weather-crop bulletin — The distribution of forecasts, frost 
and cold-wave warnings — Instrument room — Soil thermometer — Suburban 
first-order stations — General remarks — Weather conditions of the crop oi 
1892 — State weather service Division — Introduction — Publications — Thun- 
derstorms — Voluntary stations — Map displays at United States Capitol — 
Routine work — Operations of State weather services. 

Notes on the climate and meteorology of Death Valley, California. 
W. B. Bui. No. 1, pp. 50, illus. 1892. 

Meteorological work for agricultural institutions. O. E. S. Bui. No. 
10, pp. 23. 1892. 

Problems of temperature— Moisture in the air — Condensation and precipita- 
tion of moisture— Chemical investigations— Special meteorological serv- 
ices — Local weather predictions — Soil physics — Miscellaneous sugges- 
tions — Outfit needed. 

Review of forest meteorological observations : A study preliminary 
to the discussion of the relation of forests to climate. For. Bui. 
No. 7, pp. 23-122, illus. L893. 

Report of the Chief of the Weather Bureau. Ag. Rpt. 1893, pp. 
89-122, illus. 

Work of the year — Reorganization of Bureau force— Results — Divisional 
duties at the central office -Forecast officials and observers — Observing 
stations— Bureau exhibit al the World's Pair— International meteorologi- 
cal congresses Seasonal forecasts— Deaths by wind and Lightning 
Advisability of extending the field of observation— Yearly volume of 
meteorological data— Recommendations— Forecasts The dailj weather 
map — Official ratings— Forecasts, storm warnings, and cold waves -River 
ana Hood Bervice Repair of seacoasl telegraph lines State weather 
services— Station officers and transfers Weather crop bulletins Weekly 
snow chart— Special thunderstorm observations— Voluntary observers 
The cotton region Bervice -Convention of weather-service officials— The 
distribution of forecasts, and frost, cold wave, inland storm, and rain 
warnings -Cooperation of railroad companies — Forecasts and warnings dis- 
tributed Instruments Repair of damaged instruments The library 
Records Publications Weather conditions of the crop of L898. 

What meteorology is doing for I he fanner. V. B. 1894, pp. 1 17-120. 

Improvement <>r forecasts I be distribution of warnings— Dissemination of 
information regarding the work <>i the Weather Bureau The compilation 
of climatic data Tne scientific theory of meteorology Presenl and 
proposed lim's of w ork. 

Surface currents of the Great Lakes as deduced from the move- 
ments of bottle papers during fche seasons of L892, L893, 1894. 
VV. li. annum, rpt., i»i»- 20, illus. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 119 

Harrington, Mark W.— Continued. 

Eeport of tbe Chief of the Weather Bureau. Ag. Kpt. 1894, pp. 

77-101. 
Protection of fruits, vegetables, and other food products from injury 

by heat or cold during transportation. W. B. unniun. rpt., pp. 

7. 1894. 

History of the weather map. VY. B. Bui. No. 2, pt. 2, pp.327-335. 

1895. 

Information relative to the investigation of the influence of climate 
on health. W. B. Circ. No. 1, pp. 7. 1895. 

Harrington, W. Hague. 

Harpiphorus macuhituH. I. L., vol. 2, pp. 227, -28. 1890. 
Harris, A. W. 

Keport of a meeting of horticulturists of the agricultural experi- 
ment stations at Columbus Ohio, June 13 and 14, 1889. O. B. S. 
Bui. No. 3, pp. 12. 1889. 

The agricultural experiment stations at the World's Columbian 
Exposition. O. E. 8. Misc. Bui. No. 3, pp. 43-40. 1891. 

Keport of the Director of the Office of Experiment Stations. Ag. 
• Rpt. 1891, pp. 503-538. 

Operations of tbe Office of Experiment Stations — Work of the year — Publica- 
tions of the Office of Experiment Stations— The agricultural experiment 
stations— Lines of work pursued by the stations— Colleges and Bchools 
having courses in agriculture— The Association of American Agricultural 
Colleges and Experiment Stations— Statistics of the stations — Stations 
recently establisned — List of publications of the Office of Experiment 
Stations— List of agricultural schools and colleges in the United States. 

Keport of the Direetor of the Office of Experiment Stations. A.g. 

Rpt. 1802, pp. 515-549. 

Operations of the Office of Experiment stations — Work of the year— Exhib- 
its at the World's Colombian Exposition — Publications of the Office of 
Experiment Stations— Recommendations, new work, etc.— Association of 
American Agricultural Colleges and Experiment stations — The agricul- 
tural and mechanical colleges -Statistics of the stations— List of publica- 
tions of the Office of Experiment Stations— Statistics of agricultural 
schools, colleges, and experiment stations. 

Harris, John S. 

Frnit culture in Minnesota. Wisconsin, South Dakota, and Iowa. 
Ag. Rpt 1892, pp. 270-280. 

Harris, Joseph. 

The agricultural value of phosphate of lime. A.g. Rpt. L852, pp. 
390-413. 

On stall feeding cattle and sheep. A.g. Rpt. L8C2, pp. 317-326. 

Harris, Joshua. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in North Carolina A.g, Rpt. 1850, 
pp. 325,326. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Virginia. A.g. Rpt. L851, pp. 315, 
316. 

[Report OH larin crops, etc., in North Carolina.] Au. Rpt, 
pp. 93-95. 

Harris, W. T 

The teaching of agriculture. O. E. S. Bui. No. 24, pp. 13 16. 1895. 



120 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Harrison, E. G. 

Stone roads in New Jersey. Road Tnq. Bui. No. 17, pp. 23-31. 
1895. 

The Oanandaigua roads. Road Inq. Circ. No. 24, pp. 2, 3. 1897. 

Hart, C. A. 

The life history of wire worms. I. L., vol. 3, p. 24G. 1891. 
Hartwell, B. L., and H. J. Wheeler. 

The use of ammonium nitrate in the determination of phosphoric 
acid. Chem. Bui. No. 35, pp. 53, 54. 1892. 

Harwi, H. J. 

Condition of the liye stock industry in Nebraska. Gth and 7th 
Rpts. B. A. I., pp. 383, 384. 1891. 
Harwood, P. M. 

What shall the professor of agriculture teach? O. E. S. Bui. No. 
1G, pp. 139-142. 1893. 

Harz, C. O. 

A method for preserving the spores of Uymenomycetes. Jour. 
Mycol., vol. 5, pp. 1G3, 1G4. 1889. 

Hassall, Albert. 

Check list of the animal parasites of chickens. B. A. I. Circ. No. 9, 
pp. 7. 1896. 

Check list of the animal parasites of turkeys. B. A. I. Circ. No. 12, 
pp.3. 1896. 

Check list of the animal parasites of ducks. B. A. I. Circ. No. 13, 
pp. 7, 1896. 

Check list of the animal parasites of geese. B. A. I. Circ. No. 14, 
pp. 5. 1896. 

( heck list of the animal parasites of pigeons. B. A. I. Circ. No. 15, 
pp. 1. 1896. 

Bibliography of the tapeworms of poultry. B. A. I. Bui. No. 12, 
pp. 81-88. L896. 

Compendium of the parasites, arranged according to their hosts. 
B. A. I. Bui. No. 19, pp. 137-113. 1898. 

Bibliography of the more important works cited. B. A. 1. Bui. 
No. 19. pp. 146-160. L898. 

Hassall, A., and Charles Wardell Stiles. 

The color of a li<»st and its relation to parasitism. I. L., vol. 4, 
pp. 265, 266. L892. 

A revision of the adult cestodes of cattle sheep, and allied animals. 
B. A. I. Hiil. No. I, pp. 131, illus. 1893. 

Hasse, Adelaide 

List of publications of the U. B. Department of Agriculture from 
L841 to , l line. L896, inclusive, lab. Bui. No. 9, pp. 70. L896. 

Hatch, A. L. 

Report on the treatment <>r apple scab. hot. Bui. No. 11, pp. 
28-30. 1-S90. 

Experiments in treating apple scab (Fusicladium dendriticum). 
Jour. Mycol., vol. 7, pp. 26, 27. L891. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 121 

Hauser, I. L. 

Wheat culture in India. Ag. Rpt. 1885, pp. 509-582. 

Hautreux, A. 

North Atlantic currents and surface temperatures. W. B. Bui. 
No. 2, pt. 1, pp. 192-204, illus. 1891. 

Hawes, . [U. 8. consul at Reicheuberg 1891.] 

Flax culture in Austro-ITungary. Fiber Rpt. Xo. 4, pu. 55-74. 

1892. 

Hawkins, Barry C. 

Seismic noises in North Carolina and Georgia. Mo. W. R., vol. 25, 
pp. 393, 391. 1897. 

The area of heavy rainfall in the southern Appalachians. Mo. YV. 
R., vol. 25, pp. 442, 443. 1897. 

Hay, Robert. 

I {elation of artesian wells to irrigation. S. Ex. Doe. No. 222, pp. 37- 
52, illus. 1890. 

Progress report of artesian and underflow investigation. S. Ex. 
Doc. Xo. 53, pp. 139-144, illus. 1891. 

Final geologic reports of the artesian and underflow investigation 
between the ninety seventh meridian of longitude and the foot- 
hills of the Rocky Mountains. S. Ex. Doe. Xo. 41, pt. 3, pp. 
1G0, illus. 1892. 

Hayden, William D. 

[Report on farm crops, etc.. in Maine.) Ag. Rpt. I860, pp. 326-328. 
Hayes, S. H. T. 

The availability of organic nitrogen in mixed fertilizers. Chem. 
Bui. No. 47, pp. 112-110. 1890. 

Haynes, Wilson G. 

Cultivation of basket willow in the United States. Ag. Rpt. L851, 
pp. 40-48. 

Hays, W. M. 

Grass gardens: Methods ami purposes. O.E.S. IJul.Xo. 16, pp. 

130-132. IS!).;. 

Advances in agricultural education. (). E. S. Bui. No. 10. pp. 
132-138. 1893. 

Methods of plat experimenting. O. E. S. Bui. No. 30, pp. 84, 87. 
1896. 

Methods of instruction in teaching agriculture. O. B, B, Bui No. 30, 
pp. 37-39. L896. 

Hayward, Joseph. 

The science of horticulture. Ag, Rpt. 1866, pp. 106 109, illus. 

Hazard, Willis P. 

The Channel Islands: The people and their cattle. I ' nnuiu. rpt.. 

pp. 77-86, in "Proceedings." L882. 

Hazeltine, Hairy. 

| Report on form crops, etc., In .Maine. | Ag. Rpt L850, pp. 31 1 313. 



122 U. 8. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Hazen, Henry A. 

Fluctuations of temperature and pressure at the base and summit 
of Mount Washington. Mo. \Y. 1*., vol. 19, pp. 171, 199, 224, 250. 
1891. 

A balloon ascension. Rpt. Chief W. B. 1891-92, pp. 517, 518. 

The climate of Chicago. W. B. Bui. No. 10, pp. 137, illus. 1893. 

Violent storms in the United States for 1894. Bpt. Chief \Y. B. 
1894, pp. 283-287. 

Lows north of Idaho and Montana. Mo. W. R., vol. 23, pp. 89-91. 
1895. 

The barometer troughs of the plateau region. Mo. W. 1!., vol. 23, 
pp. 207-209. 1895. 

The heated term from July 28 to August 17, 1890. Mo. W. R., vol. 
24, p. 289. 1890. 

The wind rush of September 29, 189G. Mo. W. R., vol. 24, pp. 322, 
323. 1890. 

The cold spell of November 16-30, 189G, in Montana and adjoining 
States. Mo. W. R., vol. 24, pp. 414, 415. 1896. 

Temperatures of November and December, 1890. Mo. W. R., vol. 

24. p. 45S. 1S9G. 

The climate of the United States. W. B. Bui., No. 2, pt. 3, pp. 
585-589. 1896. 

Forests and rainfall. Mo. W. R., vol. 25, pp. 395-397. 1897. 

Heald, Prescott. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Vermont.] Ag. Rpt. 1852, pp. 143, 

1 U. 

Heard, W. E. 

[Report on the commerce of Newport, England.] For. Mkts. BuL 
NO. 1. pp. 86-88. is\)~). 

Lire Btock— Cereals— Freeh and canned meats— Bacon and lard— Cotton, 
tobacco, and fruits — Wines and beers— Conclusion. 

Heath, H. A. 

Condition of the sheep industry west of tli<- Mississippi River. 
6th and 7th Kpts. B. A. I., pp. 247-320. L891. 

Condition of the animal industry of Kansas. 0th and 7th Rpts. 
B. A. I., pi). 405-424. L891. 

Condition of the sheep industry west of fche Mississippi River, 
CTnnum. rpt., pp. 701-946, illus. L892. 

Hebert, A. 

Farm manure. B.S. R., vol. 5, pp. 141-158. 1803. 

Substances which give manure its value -Composition of animal excrement — 
Composition of materials used as Litter— Loss of nitrogen in stables — Fer- 
mentatiou <>i manure — The reaotious which take place in manure — origin 
of the nitrogenous substances of manure— Losses of nitrogen- Proximate 
and ultimate analysis of manure leaching*— ( 'are «>r manun — Ifanagemenl 
of manure i foe <»i manui e. 

Heckart, J. J. 

[Report on faun crops, etc., in New York.] Ag. Rpt. is is, p, 468. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 123 

Hedges, Isaac A. 

Sorghum culture and sugar making. Ag. Rpt. 1801, pp. 293-311. 

So i Is and seasons of plan ting— Cultivation — Cutting and handling — Mills and 
grinding — Evaporators and modes <>i using them — General arrangement of 
sirup and sugar establishments — Defecating and neutralizing reagents — 

Disposition of the scum from the evaporators — Bagasse for fuel and other 
uses— Refining processes and materials — The manufacture of bone coal and 
its revivification— >Sugar making — Concluding remarks, statistics, etc. 

Hefifron, D. S. 

Poultry. Ag. Rpt. 1862, pp. 358-372, illus. 

Poultry for breeding — The turkey — The guinea fowl — The duck (Anas) — 
Duck breeding — Poultry bouses — The peafowl— Aquatic fowls — Swan 
(Cij(jnu8) — The goose (Anser) — Goose breeding. 

Heiges, S. B. 

Report of the Pomologist. Ag. Rpt. 1894, pp. 20f>, 206. 

Fruit-crop prospects in the United States. May 1, 1891. Rpt. Stat. 
1891. pp. 261-253. 

Report of the Pomologist for 1894. Pom. Rpt. 1894, pp. 36, illus. 
189.",. 

Report of the Pomologist. Ag. Rpt. 1895, pp. 191-194. 

Report of the Pomologist for 1895. Pom. Rpt. 1895, pp. 55, illus. 

1S97. 

Report of the Pomologist. Ag. Rpt. 1 896, pp. 109-114. 
Hellmann, G. 

Contribution to the bibliography of meteorology and terrestrial 
magnetism in the fifteenth, sixteenth, and seventeenth centuries. 
\V. B. Bui. N<>. 2, pt 2, pp. 352-394. L895. 

Hellreigel, H. 

The experiment station at Bernhurg, Germany, and its method- of 
sand culture. E. 8. R.. vol. 5, pp. 749-774, illus. 1894. 

< Organization and equipment of the station— Buildings and grounds — Appa- 
ratus and materials used in sand unltnre — Pilling the pots — Seed and 
planting Conditions of culture of the plants — Methods with sugar beets — 
Care <>f the plants dnring the period of vegetation— Harvesting the 
plants Examples of sand-culture experiments. 

Methods of Bterilized sand cultures employed at the Bernburg 
Experiment station. B. S. R., vol. 5, pp. 835-854, illus. 1894. 
Nitrogen as a food of the legumes Method-- of Bterilized sand eultun - 
lizing and planting the seed \\ atering the Bterilized cultures— Study 
of the acquisition of nitrogen by legumes Examples of nitrogen experi- 
ments with legumes Nutrition of graminasa with nitrogen — Nutrition of 
Bugai l>eeta and other plants with nitrogen — Experiments <>n the action 
of potash— Phospborio-acid experiments. 

Hemphill, J. C. 

Climate, soil, and agricultural capabilities of South Carolina and 
Georgia. Bpl. Rpt. No. 17, pp.65. 1882. 

Hendershott, J. 

i Report on (arm crops, etc., in I Him. A.g, Rpt L860, pp, 

Henderson, Joseph. 

[Report on farm crops, etc.. in Pennsylvania.] A^. Rpt, 1851, pp. 
244-250. 



124 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Henderson, Peter. 

Market gardening in the vicinity of Xevr York. A g. Rpt. 1865, pp. 
243-249. 

Localities best suited tor maturing seed. Ag. Rpt. 1878, pp. 7>72- 
576. 

Fodder (Tops. 

Cultivation of alfalfa. Ag. Rpt. 1884, pp. 566-568. 

Hendrick, J. L. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Connecticut.] Ag. Rpt. 1850, pp. 
377, 378. 

Meteorological observations made at Litchfield, Connecticut. Ag. 
Rpt. 1851, pp. 623-625. 

Henley, Thomas J. 

Letter on cost of raising wheat and corn. Ag. Rpt. 1847. pp. 40!), 
410. 

Henry, Alfred J. 

Early individual observers in the United States. W. B. Bui. No. 
2. pt. 2, pp. 201-302. 1895. 

Cloud photography. Mo. W. R., vol. 23, pp. 169-171, illus. 1895. 

Photographing lightning by daylight. Mo. W. R., vol. 23, p. 379. 
1895. 

Tornadoes, 1889-1896. Rpt. Chief W. B. 1895-96, pp. xiii-xl. 

Report on the relative humidity of southern New England and 
other localities. W. I J. Bui. No. 19, pp. 23, charts. 1896. 

Progressive movement of thunderstorms. Mo. W. R., vol. 24, pp. 

331,332. 1896. 

Sunshine at the southern agricultural experiment form, near 
Pomona, California. Mo. W. R., vol. 24, pp. 237, 238. 1896. 

Notes concerning the Wesl India hurricane of September 29 and 30, 
1896. Mo. W.B., vol. 24, pp. 368, 369. L896. 

Relative humidity inside and outside of buildings. Mo. W", R., vol. 
21, p. 156. L896. 

Rainfall Of the United Stales, with annual, seasonal, and other 
charts. W. 15. Bui. 1), pp. 58. 1897. 

Excessive precipitation in the United states. Mo. \v. R., vol. 25, 
pp. 13-15. L897. 

Climate of Alaska. Mo. W. R., v.. I. 25, p. 248. L897. 

Henry, Joseph. 

Meteorology in its connection with agriculture. Ag. Rpt. L855, pp. 
367 393, 

Meteorology in its connection with agriculture. Ag. Rpt. L866, pp. 

155 192, illus. 

Meteorology in its connection with agriculture. Ag. Rpt. 1857, pp. 
119 549. ' 

Henry, w. A. 

Pacific ( 'oast work of the I >i vision of Entomology. I. L., vol. 2, pp. 
1 11-1-1 1. L889. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 125 

Henry, W. A. 

Physical conditions surrounding animals in experimental feeding, 

especially as relative to stalls and mangers. O. E. 8. Bui. No. 7. 
pp. 92-94. 1892. 

[Presidential address before the Association of American Agricul- 
tural Colleges and Experiment Stations, lield at Chicago, Illinois, 
October 17-19, 1893.] O. E. S. Bill. ^o. 20, pp. 38-45. 1894. 

Henshaw, Samuel. 

The entomological writings of Dr. Alpheus Spring Packard. Ent. 
Bui. No. 10, pp. 49. 1887. 

Keport upon the gipsy moth in Massachusetts. Ent, Bui. Xo. 2(5, 
pp. 75-82, map. 1892. 

Bibliography of the more important contributions to American 
economic entomology. Pts. I, II, III. pp. 454. 1890, 1889, and 
1889, respectively. Pt. IV, pp. 167. 1895. Pt. V, pp. 179. 1896. 

Herbemout, A. 

[Remarks on cotton in Sardinia.] Ag. Rpt. 1856, pp. 282. 
Hernandez, Joseph M. 

Cultivation of Cuba tobacco. Ag. Rpt. 1854, pp. 212-217. 

Herrick, Loring, 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Illinois. J Ag. Rpt. 1851. pp. 437-439. 

Hickman, J. F. 

Testing varieties. (). K. S. Misc. BuL No. • !. pp. 103-106. 1891. 

Variety of testing in cereals : II«>w can it be more decisive 1 O. M.S. 
Bui. No. 7, pi>. 97, 98. 1892. 

Hicks, Gilbert H. 

Pure seed investigation. V. B. 1894, pp.389-408, illus. 

Necessity of seed investigation and control — Abuses in the seed trad< — Seed 
control in Europe— Methods of seed control— Germinating test— Equip- 
ment for seed ini estigations. 

Oil-producing seeds. V. P. 1895, pp. 18.V204, illus. 

( tenei ;il remarks — Flax — t lastor-oil bean— European Bpurge— Sunflower — 
Madia *<ttir<i- Nigei seed — Peanut — Sesame —Hemp — Rape — Poppy— t tther 
oil-produoing seeds. 

Standards of the purity and vitality of agricultural seeds. Bot 
Cite. NO. 6, pp. 4. L896. 

Hicks, Gilbert H, and John C Dabney. 

The superior value <>f large heavy -red. Y. B, L896, pp. 305-322, 
illus. 

Introduction— Principles governing Beed selection— Methods of seleoting 

seed Desirability of knowing theorij <1 - Manner of conducting 

seed selection experiments experiments with soja beans of different 

lit Experiment with peas Experiment with beans <>i different 

lit I.' i ><)t development of plants from heavj and light seed Relation 

of heavy s<'f<! t" tin- eai i> stages of plant grov< th. 

The \it;ilit\ of seed treated with carboo bisulphide* Bot. Giro. 
No. 11. pp. 5. L897. 

Hicks, Lewis E. 

Report "ii the stratigraphy and hydrology of Nebraska, with refer- 
ence to artesian wells for Irrigation. 8. i.\. Doc. So. 222, pp. 
71-86, illus. L890, 



126 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Hicks, Lewis E. — Continued. 

On the underflow and sheet waters, irrigable lands, and geological 
structure of Nebraska, with its effect upon the water supply. 
S. Ex. Doc. No. 41, pt. 3, pp. 167-190, illus. 1892. 

Hilgard, E. W. 

The agriculture and soils of California. Ag. Rpt. L878, pp. 470-o07. 

Irrigation — The climates — Soils of California — Natural pastures — Weeds — 
Forage crops — Stock breeding and dairying — Cereal crops — Miscellaneous 
field crops — Horticultural products — Grape culture and wine making. 

A report on the relations of soil to climate. W. B. Bui. Xo. 3, pp. 
.VJ. 1892. 

lieport on the methods of physical and chemical soil analysis. 
Chem. Bui. No. 38, pp. 00-82. 1893. 

Origin, value, and reclamation of alkali lands. Y. B. 1894, pp. 
103-122, illus. 

Occurrence and characteristics of alkali soil — How plants are injured by 
alkali — Effects of irrigation — Wick action of the soil — Determination of 
the distribution of the alkali Baits— Composition of alkali Baits— Utiliza- 
tion and reclamation of alkali lands — Will it pay to reclaim alkali soils? — 
Crops suitable for alkali lands. 

The distribution of salts in alkali soils. O. B. B. Bui. No. 30, pp. 
60-73, illus. 1896. 

Late progress in soil analysis. O. B. S. Bui. No. 30, pp. 88-93. 

1890. 

The recognition of " nitrogen hungriness 7 ' in soils. Chem. Bui 
No. 47, pp. 58-00. 1896. 

Hilgard, E. W., T. C. Jones, and R. W. Furnas. 

Climatic and agricultural features and the agricultural practice 

and needs of the arid regions of the Pacific Slope, with notes ou 
Arizona and New Mexico. Unnum, rpt., pp. L82, L882. 

Hilgert, Henry. 

Wine in New Mexico. Mo. Rpt. L886, pp. 424,425. 

Hill, George G. 

Marketing farm produce. P. B. No. 62, pp. 28, illus. 1897. 

Hill, George William. 

Report of the Chief of the Division of Records and Editing. Ag. 
Rpt. L890, pp. 137-447. 

Work of the division -The publications of 1 1 1 « - Department Publications 

of the year, 

Report of the Chief of the Division of Records and Editing. A.g, 
Rpt. L891, pp. 489 501. 

Publical ions of the year. 

Report of the Chief <»i* the Division of Records and Editing. A.g. 
Rpt. L892, pp. 407-608. 
Publioationi of the year — Expenditures for printing and binding. 

Report of the chief of the Division of Records and Editing. Ag. 
Rpt. L893, pp. 395 M)8. 

Farmers' Bulletins < 'lassification of publications— Serial publications Dis- 
tribution I lie evil <>i Derestricted free distribution Binding Present 
of pi inting— Publications of the j ear. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 127 

Hill, George William — Continued. 

Keport of the Chief of the Division of Records and Editing. Ag. 
Bpt. 1894. pp. 171-184. 

Work of the year — Cost of printing and binding — Duties devolving upon the 
division — Suggestions and recommendations — Estimates for fiscal year 

185J6 — Orders of Secretary relating to Farmers' Bulletins and illustrations 
and engraving fnnd — Publications of the year. 

Report of the Chief of the Division of Publications. Ag. Bpt. 1895, 
- pp. 221-244. 

Publications supervised — Farmers' Bulletins — Tlieannual report— Change of 
name of division — Cost of printing and binding— Branch printing office — 
Illustrations — Miscellaneous work — Estimates lor ensuing year — 1 tistribu- 
tion of Farmers' Bulletins — Sale of documents- Additional room — An 
advisory board — Publications of the year. 

Report of the Chief of the Division of Publications. A.g. Rpt.1896, 

pp. 29-70. 

Publications supervised — Circulars of information — The yearbook — Index 
to the annual reports — Some objectionable sections in the printing bill — 
Branch printing office— Increase in printing fund needed — Sale of publica- 
tions — Cost of printing and binding — Farmers' Bulletins — Illustrations 
and engravings — Securing illustrations without contract — The exhibit at 
the Atlanta Exposition — Distribution of documents— Growth of the work — 
Further recommendations — List of circulars of inforroatian— List of Far- 
mers' Bulletins— List of publications turned over February 19, 1896, to the 
Superintendent of Documents, Union Building, Washington, D. ('..and 
for sale by him — Publications issued during tin- year. 

Report of the Chief of the Division of Publications. Ag. Bpt 1897, 
pp. 25-91. 

Publications supervised — The Yearbook — Index to the reports of the si 
tician — Branch printing office- Cost of printing and binding — Number of 
publications issned by different divisions — Farmers' Bulletins — Document 
and folding room— Illustrations— Correspondence— Monthly lisl of publi- 
cations—Methods of distribution — Sale of publications Comparisons of 
expenses — Inadequacy of present appropriation— Need of a building— A 
section of illustrations— Disposal of money received for publications- 
Other amendments desired to law relating to public printing— A board of 
publications— Publications issued dnring the year— Report in detail of the 
distribution of documents from October 16, 1896, to June 30, 1897 — Work 
done in branch printing office. 

Hill, Robert T. 

[mbibatioD of rocks. 8. Ex. Doc. No. 53, pp. 215-221. 1891, 

Hill, W. E. 

Texas fever in Kansas. L2th and 13th Rpts. B. A. [., pp. 318-321. 
1897, 

Hill, W. T. 

The trapping of sparrows for sporting purposes. O. and M. BuL 
No, l. pp. L78-191. L889. 

Hills, J. L. 

What is the most profitable way to dispose of skim milk 1 O. E.S. 
BuL No. II- pp, 95 97. L897. 

Hines. C. M. 

Investigation of Bwine plague. BpL Bpt N<>. 12. pp. 177 186, 
L879. 

Hiniichs, G 

Rainfall laws deduced from twenty years <>f observation, w . B. 

annum, rpt., pp. 9 1. iiln^. is:}.;. 



128 U. B. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Hinton, Richard J. 

Agriculture in Mexico. Rpt. Stat. 1884, pp. 27-88, map. 

Area, population, and property — The fond crops of Mexico — The fiber plants 
ot Mexico — Mexican coffee, cacao, cotton, tobacco, and sugar — The gum 
trees oi Mexico — Commercial and medicinal plants — The forest and other 
trees <>t Mexico — The fruits and flowers of Mexico — Mexican cattle and 
livestock — Old Mexican land measures and divisions — Water rights and 
measurements — Public lands and land laws of Mexico; rights in property 
of aliens: citizenship: prices of public lands— Mexican colonization and 
immigration. 

Irrigation in the United States: Its extent and methods, with 
digest of laws governing water supply. Unnum. rpt., pp. 5-195. 

1887. 

Report of the special agent in charge of artesian and underflow 
investigations and of the irrigation inquiry. Ag. Kpt. 1890, pp. 
471-488, illus. 

Work of the investigation — Expert and field staff— The region east of the 
foothills — Conclusions of the supervising engineer — The geological recon- 
noissauce and results — The Dakota artesian basin — The Dakota town 
wells — The central plains and the underflow region — The economic im- 
portance of the investigation — The year's progress in irrigation. 

The proper location of artesian wells for irrigation purposes. S. 
Ex. Doc No. 222, pp. 5-30, illus. 1890. 

Report of the special agent in charge of the artesian and underflow 
investigations and of the irrigation inquiry. Ag. Bpt. 1891, 
pp. 439-450, illus. 

Final work of the artesian and underllow investigation — The irrigation 
inquiry proper— Special well inquiry — Growth of irrigation — Office and 
map work. 

Irrigation of the United States. (Progress report for 1890.) S. 
Ex. Doc. No. 53, pp. 11-136, illus. 1891. 

Irrigation in Australia. S. Ex. Doc. No. 53, pp. 237-261. 1891. 

A report on irrigation and the cultivation of the soil thereby. 
S. Ex. Doc. No. 41, pt.l, pp. 5-54, map. 1892. 

Irrigation in States and Territories. S. Ex. Doc. No. 41, pp. 57-298, 

illus. 1892. 

Irrigation in North and South America. S. Ex. Doc. No. 11, pt. 1, 
Pl>. :',77-:'>si\ 1892. 

Irrigation in European countries. S. Ex. Doc. No. 41, pt. 1, pp. 
383-390. L892. 

Irrigation in British dependencies and colonics. S. Ex. Doc. No. 
11. pt. 1. pp.391-408, illus. L892, 

Irrigation in Egypt. S. Ex. Doc. No. 41, pt. 1. pp. 109-11 1, illus. 
L892. 

Irrigation in Asia. S. Ex. Doc. No. 11. pt. 1, pp. 415-427. 1892. 

[The Government and road construct ion. J ( ). E. S. Bui. No. II, pp. 

:»<;. ;>7. L893. 

Hitchcock, A. S. 

Eteporl on a collect ion of plants made by 0. 1 1. Thompson in south* 
western Kansas in 1893. ('out. Nat. Herb., vol. 3, pp. 537-557. 
L892-1896. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 129 

Hitchcock, Frank H. 

Report of the Chief of the Section of Foreign Markets. Ag. Rpt. 
1S97, pp. 177-180. 

Exports of cotton from Egypt. For. Mkts. Circ. Xo. 15, pp. G. 

181)7. 

Our trade with Cuba from 1887 to 18 ( .>7. For. Mkts. Circ. Xo. 1G, 
pp.29. L897. 

United States wheat for eastern Asia. For. Mkts. Circ. Xo. 17, 
pp.8. 1807. 

Hawaiian commerce from L887 to 181)7. For. Mkts. Circ. No. 18, 
pp.36. 1897. 

Austria-Hungary as a factor in the world's grain trade; recent use 
of American wheat in that country. For. Mkts. Circ. Xo. 19, pp. 
22. 181)7. 

Hite, George H. 

Culture of the strawberry. Ag. Rpt. 1863, pp. 139-1 17. 

Preparation of soils — Garden ami field culture — Propagating, hybrid: 
forcing, etc. 

Hitt, Thomas. 

A treatise of fruit trees. Ag. Rpt. 1866, pp. 101-103, illus. 

Hittell, John S. 

Silk culture. Ag. Rpt. L868, pp. 282-304. 

The silk interest at the Paris Exposition — Branches of silk manufacture — The 
manufacture of >ilk — Manufacturing in the United States— Present condi- 
tion and prospects— The annual production of silk— Silk culture in Cali- 
fornia—Introduction into California— Present condition of this enterprise 
in California— The Bombyz in California — Yield per acre— The silkw-nrm 
disease — Japanese eggs — Temperature in California — Moisture in Cali- 
fornia — Health of worms in California — Mo«lr of feeding in California — 
Amount of loss— Care of the worm— Japanese worms— State premiums — 
KimN of mulberry — silk manufacture in California — The Lyons 
commission. 

Hoard, H. E. 

| Good roads. | O. E. S. Bal.No. L4,pp. 18-52. L893. 

Hoare, Clement. 

A practical treatise on the cultivation of the grapevine on open 
walls. A- Rpt. L866, pp. 110. 111. illus. 

Hodge, Benjamin 

[Report <>f the American Pomological Society for New York. 
Rpt. L856, pp. 333-340. 

Hodgson, E. J. 

A State good roads association. Road Lnq. Bui. No. 3, pp. 15, 16. 
L894. 

Hoff, J. W. 

Report on farm crops, etc., in Virginia.] Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp. 305, 

.;oti. 

Holcomb, C P 

The wheat crop of the dnited states. Ag, Rpt L849, pp, 215-222. 

Holcombe, A. A. 

Diseases of the fetlock, ankle, and font. Spl. Rpt, DlS, BorSO, 
pp, 357 L18, illus. L890, 
21713— No. 1 9 



130 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Holcombe, J. W. 

The relation of the agricultural and mechanical colleges to the 
Department ot the Interior. O. E. S. Bui. No. 16, pp. 114. 115. 

18!):'.. 

Holden, E. S. 

San Joaquin County. California. Mo. Rpt 1868, pp. 363, 304. 

Holger, Jethro S. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Indiana.] Ag. Rpt. 1852, pp. o(>7- 
309. 

Holladay, A. L. 

Experiments on the treatment of black rot and mildew of grape- 
vines at Eastham, Virginia.] Bot. Bui. Xo. 11, pp. 70-70. 1800. 

Holland, E. B., and J. B. Lindsey. 

The phloroglucin method for the estimation of pentosans. Chem. 
Bui. No. 49, p. 53. 1897. 

Holloway, D. P. 

Report of the Commissioner of Patents. Ag.JRpt. 1801, pp. 3-20. 
The propagating garden— What arc the agricultural resources of the United 
states ' — What are the capabilities of the United States for manufactures .'— 
What are the commercial facilities of the Republic! 

Letter in answer to resolution of the House of December 3, relative 
the expenditure of the agricultural fund. U. Ex. Doe. No. 5, 
pp. 8. 1862. 

Holm, Theodore. 

Some American Panicuma in the herbarium Berolinense and in the 
herbarium of Willdenow. Agios. Bui. No. 4, pp. 17-23. illus. 
1897. 

Holmes, Ezekiel. 

Birds injurious to agriculture. A-. Rpt. L856, pp. 1 10-1 HO, illus. 

Red-tailed buzzard, Harlan's buzzard (Falcoharlani), broad-winged buzzard 
( /•'. penneylvanious), white-headed, or bald, eagle, large-footed hawk i /•'. 
barp-shinned hawk (F, pennsylvanious, /'. velox, F. fuecue), 
snowy owl (Strix nyctea), barred <>wl (8. nebuloea), large-horned owl (8, 
virginiana), kingbird | Muecioapa tyrannue, Laniua tyrannue), blue grosbeak 
(Loxia en rnh<i, Fringilla oarulea), rose-breasted grosbeak (Loiia roeea, 
Fringilla ludovician a), recti bird or bob-o-link (Emberiea oryzivora, Icterus 
agripennie), red-winged Btarling (Sturnus pradatoriue, Toterui /»/<"• 
orchard oriole (Oriolue mutatus, /chins epuritu), crow blackbird ((jiiis- 
calut major), purple grackle i ', >. versicolor), oomuion crow (Corvus corone, 
c. americanue), iinli crow (C oee\fragu%), common magpie (C pica), blue 
j.i\ (( ori tntn . great American shrike {Lanius excubitor, L. stptentrion- 
alls i, hair\ woodpecker i Pious villoeue ), red-headed woodpecker | P. « rythro- 
oephahie), golden winged woodpecker (P. auraiaa), Carolina parrol (/'-//- 
hniis caroilnensit), passenger pigeon (Columba migratoria), ruffed grouse 
(Tetrao umbellue), Bpotted, <>i' Canada, grouse /'. oanadeneie), great red- 
breasted rail i li alius elegant), whooping crane (Ardea afnerioana, Orut 
aim in Him , Wilson's snipe (Soolopax wilsonii, 8, gallinago). 

Holmes, J. A. 

Agricultural education in North Carolina. Misc. Bpl. Rpt. No. 2, 
pp.84-87. 1883. 

improvement of public roads in North Carolina. V. B. 1894, pp. 
613 520, illns. 

Historical sketch — Road Improvement in the several counties — Road mate- 
rials. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 131 

Holmes, J. A. — Continued. 

[Address on road improvement.) Road [nq. Bui. No. 10, pp. 17-20. 
1894. 

The use of convicts in road improvement in North Carolina. Road 
Inq. Bui. No. 16, pp. 5. 6. 1895. 

Holt, Elbert A. 

Remarks on farm crops and weather in Alabama. Ag. Rpt. 1800, 
pp. 301, 302. 

Holt, J. 

Report of the Commissioner of Patents. Ag. Rpt. 1857, pp. 

i-viii. 

Holzinger, J. M. 

List of plants collected by C. S. Sheldon and M. A. Carleton in 
Indian Territory in 181)1. (out. Nat. Herb., vol. 1, pp. 1s:»-lM!». 
illns. L890-1895. 

Descriptions of four new plants from Texas ami Colorado. Cont. 
Nat. Herb., vol. 1. pp. 286, 287. illns. 1890-1895. 

List of plants new to Florida. Cont. Nat. Herb., vol. 1. p. 288. 
1890-1895. 

Report on a collection of plants made by J. EL Sand berg and assist- 
ants in northern Idaho in the year 1892. Cont. Nat. Herb., vol, 
3, pp. i'Oo-L>87. illns. 1892-1896. 

Hopkins, Albert. 

[Report on farm crops, etc.. in Massachusetts. Ag. Rpt. 1848, pp. 

3.">7. :;.~>.s. 

Hopkins, A. D. 

Some bred West Virginia Braconidae. I. L., vol. 1. pp. 256-259. 

L892. 

I damage to forests by the destructive pine-bark beetle ( Dendroetonus 
frontalis . 1. L., vol.5, pp. 187-189. 1893. 

Note and record keeping tor the economic entomologist. 1. 1... vol. 
<;. pp. L03-109. L89 

Destructive Scolytids and their imported enemy. I. L., vol.6, pp. 
123-129. Ism:;. 

N<acs nil some discoveries and observat ions of the vear in West 
"Virginia. L L., vol. 7, pp. 145-151, L894. 

Some notes on observations in West Virginia on farm, garden, and 
fruit insects. Ent. Bui. No. 6, n. s., pp. 71 74. Lfi 

On the Btudyof forest-tree insects. I ait. Bui. No. 2, u. >.. pp. 1 

Is! Hi. 
Hopkins, C. L. 

Mountain b warming of Vanessa <<tli/'<>rni<-<t. l. I.., vol. 2, pp, 
;;:><;. L890, 

Hopkins, G. C , and W. A. Pow. 

On the determination of the acidity of milk and cream. Ohem. BuL 
No. 17, pp, L25 L29, L896. 



132 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Hopkins, James D. 

Contagious plenro-pnenmonia in Xew York. Ag. Kpt. 1881, pp. 
4.I-44. 

[Address on contagious diseases of domestic animals.] Unnuin. 
rpt., pp. 4-4-47. 188:>. 

Hoover, A. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Indiana. | Ag. Rpt. 1850, pp. 373-375. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Indiana.] Ag. Kpt. 1852, pp. 288-290. 
Horner, W. H. 

Cotton in Missouri. Ag. Kpt. 1861, pp. 221-223. 
Hosmer, Ashbel A. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Xcw York.] Ag. Kpt. 1851, pp. 
202-204. 

Hosmer, Ralph S.. and Milton Whitney. 

A record of tbe amount of water contained in soils during the crop 
season of 1896. Soils Bui. No. 9, pp. 23, illus. 1S!>7. 

Hoskins, T. H. 

Orcharding in northern New England. Ag. Kpt. 189(1, pp. 274-1*70. 
Hough, Franklin B. 

Report upon forestry, prepared under the direction of the Commis- 
sioner of Agriculture in pursuance of an act of Congress approved 
August 15, 1870. Forestry Kpt., vol. 1. pp. (150. illus. 1878. 

Report upon forestry, prepared under the direction of the Commis- 
sioner of Agriculture in pursuance of an act of Congress approved 
August L5, 1S7(>. Forestry Kpt., vol. 2, pp. 618, 1880. 

Progress of forestry investigation. Agi Kpt. 1880, pp. 653-656. 

Report upon forestry, prepared under the direction of the Commis- 
sioner of Agriculture in pursuance of an actof Congress approved 
August L5, 187(1. Forestry Rpt., vol. :;, pp. 318. ' L8* 

'flic value of American timber lands. .Misc. Spl. Rpt No. 5, pp. 
5-11. 1884. 

Report on kinds and quantity of timber used tor railroad ties. For- 
estry, vol. 1, pp. 119-173. ' 1884. 

1 decrease of woodlands in Ohio. Forestry, vol. 4, pp. 174-180. L884, 

Reporl on the forest condition and lumber and wood trade of New 
Hampshire and West Virginia. Forestry Rpt., vol. I. pp. 348- 
L884. 

Reporl on the production of maple sugar in the United states and 
Canada. Forestry Rpt, vol. 4, pp.394 414, L884. 

Houghton, Jan 

The grape culture in northern Ohio. Ag. Rpt. L855, pp. 305, ."><>u. 
Houston, S. P 

Reporl on farm crops, etc.. in Delaware. A.g. Bpt. 1851, pp. 262, 
263. 

How, Joseph. 

Report on farm crops, etc., in Massachusetts. \u. Rpt. L 848, pp. 
347-349. 

(.reen corn for soiling cows. A- Rpt. L 849, pp. 239-241. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 133 

Howard, C. W 

Glasses for the South. Ag. Rpt. 1800. pp. 224-239. 

Importance of grass culture to the South — Can the artificial grasses be 
grown iu the cotton states? — What arc the grasses suited to the Southern 
States? — Laying down meadow and pasture laud to grass. 

( londitioo and resources of Georgia. Ag. Rpt. 1866, pp. 567-580. 

Agriculture — The freedmen — Cotton — Grain — The grasses— Fruit — Live 
stock— Metals and minerals— How northern men are treated. 

Condition of agriculture in the cotton States. Ag. Rpt. 1874, pp. 
215-238. 

Salable value of land in the cotton States— Market value of crops — Im- 
provement or deterioration of the soil — Methods of improvement. 

Howard, George E. 

Some si andard varieties of chickens. Y. B. 1896, pp. 445-470. illus. 

Plymouth rocks, Wyandottes, Dominiques, Javas, Brahmas, Cochins, Lang- 
Bhans, Leghorns. Minoieas. Black Spanish, Hambnrgs, Houdans, Dorkings, 
( ! am pines, Andalasians. 

Standard varieties of chickens. V. J>. No. 51, pp. 48, illus. L897. 

Ducks and geese: Standard breeds and management. P. B. No. 

(J4, pp. 48. illus. 18117. 

Howard, L. O. 

Report on the parasites of the Coccidse in the collection of this 
Department. Ag. Rpt. 1880, pp. 350-373, illus. 

Report of observations upon the army worm. 1881. 3d Rpt. Ent. 
Com., pp. 132-135. 1883. 

Descriptions of tin- North American Ghalcididae from tin- collec- 
tions of the U. 8. Department of Agriculture and of Dr. 0. V. 
Riley, with biological notes, together with a list of the described 

North American species of the family. Ent. Bui. No. 5, pp. 47. 
1885. 

The chinch bug (Blusus leucopterus). Au - . Rpt. 1887, pp. 5 
illus. 

Pasl history — ( Geographical distribution — Injury during 1887 — Food plant — 
Stages of growth, descriptive— Number of broods ami hibernation — 
Habits— Natural enemies and diseases —Wei weather and the chinch bug — 
Remedies and preventives— Bogus chinch bugs— Bibliographical li>t. 

The codling moth [Carpocapsa i><>m<>nrlhi , Ag. Rpt. L887, pp. 88- 
11 l. illus. 

The sugar-cane beetle injuring coin [Ligyrus rugiceps . 1. 1.. vol 

l. pp. n-i.;. 1888, 

The yellow-spotted willow slug X<ui<<h<s ventralis), L L., vol. 1, 

pp. .;:; ."»7. illus. 1888. 

External spider parasites. 1. L., vol. l. pp. 12, 13. 1888 

Notes <»ii a Simulium common at Ithaca, X. Y. I. L., vol. L, pp. 99- 

KM. 1888. 

Further concerning external Bpider parasites, l. L., vol. l, pp. 106, 
107, illus. L888, 

a parasite of the supposed eggs of the cotton stainer. l. I... vol. 
1. pp. 241,242, illus. L889. 

Three new p irasitCS of I ««•! \ a. I. I... vol. 1. pp. 268 270, illus. 1889. 



134 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Howard. L. O.— Continued. 

Thoron opacus, Coccophagus californicus, Encyrtus dubius. A newly 
imported elm insect. I. L.. vol. 2, pp. 34-41, illus. 1889. 

Miscellaneous insects. Ag. Bpt. 1888, pp. 57-77, illus. 

The plum curculio (Conotrachelu* nenuphar) — Introductory — Geographical 

distribution — Food plants — Habits and natural history — Natural enemies — 
Remedies— The supposed immunity of wild plums and Mr. "Win's theory 
as to its cause. 

The chiiH'li bug: A general summary of its history, habits, and 
preventives to be used against it. Bnt. Bui. N<». 17, pp. 48, illus. 
1888. 

A new and remarkable Encyrtid: Is it parasitic 1 I.L., vol. 3, pp. 
145-148, illus. 1890. 

Some new parasites of the grain plant louse. I. L., vol. 2, pp. 246- 
24S, illus. L890. 

Two spider-egg parasites. I. L., vol. 2, pp. 269-271, illus. 1890. 

Additional note on spider-egg parasites. 1. L., vol. 2, p. 359. 18W). 

A North American Axima and its habits. I. L., vol. 2, pp. 365- 
367, illus. 1890. 

The host relations of parasitic Byinenoptera. I. L., vol. 3, pp. 277- 
27!). L891. 

A note on parasites. I. L., vol. 4, pp. -is, 4!>. 1891. 

The larger cornstalk borer [Diatrcea saccharalis). I. I... vol, I. pp, 
95-103, illus. 1891. 

The methods of pupation among Chalcididae. I. L., vol 4, pp. 193- 
L96, illus. 1891. 

Another spider-egg parasite. I. L., vol. 4, p. 202. L891. 

The habits of Elasmua. I. U, vol. 4, pp. 253, 254, illus. 1892, 

A new [cerya parasite. I. L., vol.4, pp. 378, 379, L892. 

An experiment against mosquitoes. I. I... vol, 5, pp. li'-l I. L892. 

A oew enemy to timothy grass. I. L., vol. 5, pp. 90-92, illus. 1892. 

The San dose scale: Its appearance in the Eastern dnited states; 
measures to be taken to prevent its spread and todestroy it. 
Ent. Circ. No. 3,2ds., pp. 10, illus. 1893. 

The Angonmois grain moth, or u fly weevil w (GeUchia cerealella). 
1. L., vol.5, pp.325-328. L893. 

Notes on methods of studying life histories of injurious insects. 1. 
U, vol.6, pp. 82-89. 1893. 

Another mosquito experiment. I.E., vol. 6, pp. 90, 91, 1893. 

Report ofthe Entomologist. Ag. Rpt. 1894, pp. 157-159. 

Borne scale insects of the orchard. Y. r>. L894, pp. 249-276, illus. 

Introductory Life history and habits of acale insects in general— 4 llassifioa- 

iion Species to be considered Natural enemies of scale insects The 

oyster-shell bark louse The scurf) bark louse The gre e d) soali — The 

English walnut soale The new peach scale — The San Jose or pernicious 

scale The peach lecani lue Nen York lecanium — Remedies for 

or< bard scales Preventives inspection and quarantine laws. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 135 

Howard, L. O. — Continued. 

The carpet beetle, or "buffalo" moth ( Anthrenus scrophularice). Eut. 
Oirc. No. 5, 2d s., pp. 4. illus. 1894. 

The army worm (Leucania unipuncta). Ent. Oirc. No. 4, 2d 8., pp. 

5, illus. 1894. 

The hymeuopterous parasites of the California red scale. I. L., 
vol. 6, pp. 227-236, illus. 1894. 

Completed life history of the sugar-beet webworm (Loxostege sticti- 
calis). I. L., vol. 6, pp. 369-373, illus. 189 L 

Two parasites of important scale insects. 1. L., vol. 7. pp. 5-8, illus. 
1894. 

An abnormal tiger swallowtail. I. L., vol. 7. pp. 44-47, illus. 
1894. 

A brief account of the rise and present condition of official eco- 
nomic entomology. I. L., vol. 7. pp. 55-108. 1894. 

I he United states (by states', Canada, European countries, Ireland, Ger- 
many, Austria-Hungary, Italy, France, Spain, Netherlands, Norway. 
Sweden, Russia, Finland, South America. India, South Africa, Australia, 
British West Indies, New Zealand. Hawaiian Republic— Bibliographical 
list of entomological publications of the state agricultural experiment 
stations organized under the Hatch act. 

The Eastern occurrences of the San .lose scale. I. L., vol. 7. pp. 
153-163. 1894. 

Damage by the American locust. I. L., vol. 7. pp. 220-229, illus. 
L894. 

The maple Pseudococcua Pseudococcus aceris). 1. L., vol. 7. pp. 
235-240, illus. L894. 

A new parasite of Mytilaspis pomorum. I. L., vol. 7, p. 256. L894, 

Report of the Entomologist. A.g. Rpt. 1895, pp. 153-157. 

Further notes on the San Jose -rale. I. L., vol. 7. pp. 283-295, illus. 
1895. 

Injurious insects ami commerce. I. L., vol. 7, pp. 332-338. 1895. 

A migration of cockroaches. L L., vol. 7, p. 349. L895. 

The beet-leaf Pegomyia Pegomyia Hcina), I. L., vol. 7. pp. 379- 
381,illus. 1895. 

An injurious parasite. [. L., vol. 7, pp. 402 104, illus. 1895. 

The shade- tree insect problem in the United States. Y. r>. 1895, pp, 
361 384, illus. 

The imported elm-leaf beeth — The white-marked tussock moth The fall 
w.iiw onii Qeneral work against ihade-tree inteota in oitiee and t<>. 

Revision of the Aphelmin.i' of North America, subfamily of h\ me 

nopterous parasites of the family Chalcidid®. But. Bui. No. 1, 

t. s.. pp, 1 1. illus. 1895. 

The Mexican cotton boll weevil [AnthonomUM qnuulis . Km. ('ire. 

No. (I, 2d b., pp. 5, illus. L895. 

The harlequin cabbage bug, or calico back Wurgantia kUtrionica . 

Bnt Tire No. 10, 2d >.. pp. 2, illus. L89 •. 



136 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Howard, L. O. — Continued. 

Legislation against injurious insects: A compilation of the laws 
and regulations in the United States and British Columbia. 
Bnt. Bui. Xo. 33. pp. 40. 1S95. 

Report of the Entomologist Ag. Rpt. 1896, pp. 89-9:;. 

The insects which affect the cotton plant in the United States. 
(). E. S. Bui. Xo. 33, pp. 317-350, illus. 1896. 

Some shade tree insects of Springfield and other New England 
cities. Ent. Bui. No. 2, n. s., pp. 40-47, 1896. 

The grass and grain jointworm iiies and their allies: .V considera- 
tion of some North American phytophagic Eurytominse. Bui. 
No. 2, t. s., pp. 24, illus. 1896. 

Mosquitoes and fleas. Ent. Bui. No. 4, n, s., pp. 9-31, illus. 1896. 

Some insects affecting cheese, hams, fruit, and vinegar. Ent. Bui. 
No. 4, n. s., pp. 100-111. illus. 1896. 

Some temperature effects on household insects. Ent. Bui. Xo. 0, 
n. s.. pp. 13-17. 189G. 

On the futility of trunk and crown washing against the elm leaf- 
beetle. Eut. Bui. Xo. 6, n. s., pp. 30-38. 1890. 

Mosquitoes and fleas. Ent. Circ. Xo. 13, 2d 8., pp. 4. 1890. 

General work against insects which defoliate shade trees in cities 
and towns. Ent. Circ;. Xo. 15, 2d s., pp. 4. 1890. 

The Mexican cotton-boll weevil (Anthonomus grandis). Ent. Circ. 
No. 1 1. 2d s. (Revision of No. 0), pp. 8. illus. 1896. 

The larger cornstalk borer (Diatrcea saccharalis). Ent. Circ. No. 
10. 2d s.. pp. 3, illus. 1890. 

The use of steam apparatus for spraying. Y. B. 1890. pp. 69-88. 

General remarks — Machines for orchard Bpraying— Machines for Bpraying 
shade trees in cities and towns— Conclusions. 

Report of the Entomologist. Ag. Rpt. 1897, pp. 111-116. 

A Study in insect parasitism: A consideration of the parasites <>t 
the white marked tussock moth, with an account of their habits 
and interrelations, and with descriptions o\' new species. Ent. 
1 in 1. No. 5, t. s., pp. 57, illus. 1S97. 

Some insects affecting the hop plant. Ent. Bui. No. 7. n.s.. pp. 
io 51, illus. 1897. 

A case of excessive parasitism. Bnt. Bui. No. 7. o. s., pp. 62, 63. 
L897. 

Additional observations on the parasites of Orgyia leuoostigma. 

Bnt. Bui. No. 9. n.s., pp. 15-1S. 1897. 

Temperature experiments as affecting received ideas on the hiber- 
nation of injurious insects. Ent. Bui. No. 9. n. s.. pp. is. n>. 
1897. 

The gipsy moth in America: A summary account of the introduc- 
tion and spread of Porthetria disparih Massachusetts and of the 

efforts made by the state t<> repress and exterminate it Bnt. 

Hiil. No. 9. n. s., pp.39, illns. 1897. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 137 

Howard, L. O— Continued. 

A useful American scale insect. Ent. Bui. No. 9, n. s.. pp. 38-40. 

mi. 

The Mexican cotton-boll weevil (Anthonomw grandis). Ent. Circ. 

No. 18, 2d s. ( Kevision of No. 14). pp. 8. illus. " 1897. 

Howard, L O., and C. L. Marlatt. 

House flies, centipedes, and other insects that are annoying rather 
than directly injurious. Ent. Bui. No. 4, n. s.. pp. 43-57, illus. 
1896. 

Species [insects] injurious to woolen goods, clothing, carpets, 
upholstery, etc. Ent. Bui. No. 4, n. s.. pp. 58-69, illus. 1896. 

The San Jose scale: Its occurrence in the United States, with a 
full account of its life history, and the remedies to he used 
against it. Ent. Bui. No. 3. n. s.. pp. 80. illus. 1890. 

Howard, Sanford. 

Culture of broom corn and the manufacture of brooms Ag. Rpt. 
1849. pp. 462, 4<>3. 

The Kerry breed of cattle. Ag. Rpt. 1862, pp. 313-317. 

Remarks on the horse, in reference to the principles of form 
required to adapt him to special purposes, notices of breeds. 
Ag. Rpt 1862, pp. 335-344. 

Characteristics of Ayrshire cattle. Ag. Rpt. 1803. pp. 193-198, 
illus. 

Howe, Henry. 

[Report on farm crops, etc. in New York.] Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp. 
216-221. 

Howell, A. M. 

Report on the diseases <»t' the vine in South Carolina. Bot. Bnl. 
No. lo. pp. 35-48. L889. 

Experiments on grape diseases and tomato rot. Bot, Bui. No. 11. 
pp. 49-65, illus. 1890. 

Howell, Martin A. 

Experience with the spring canker worm. 3d Rpt. Ent. Com., pp, 
82-85, appx. i\. 18* 

Howell. W. T. 

Letter on cost of raising wheat and corn. Ag, Rpt. L847, pp. 
U)3-405. 

Howells, Anthony. 

Reporl on the commerce of Cardiff, Wales. For, Mkts. Bui. No. 
1. pp. 79-84, map. 1 895, 
< areata, dairy products, eggs, hams, fruit, mutton, etc.— Lumber, 

Howland, Humphrey. 

Report on farm crops, etc., in New fork. Ag. Rpt. i s ~><>. p. 211. 

Hoy, P. R 

The striped gopher, or prairie ground Bqairrel, of Wisconsin, \ g, 
Rpt, L853, pp. 68-70 

Hoyt, B. F 

Report on farm crops, etc. in Minnesota Ag. Rpt, 1852, pp, 
344, 845. 



138 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Hoyt J. W. 

The international exhibition of 1862. Ag. Bpt 1862, pp. 27-38. 
Preparations for the exhibition of 1S62 — The opening of the exhibition — 

The exhibition geographically considered — Other countries — Operative 
machinery of various nations — America at the great exhibition — Compar- 
isons and deductions— General conclusions. 

Hoyt, John W. 

An agricultural survey of Wyoming". Stat. Misc. Rpt. No. 7. pp. 
72, map. 1893. 

Hubard, R. T. 

(Report on farm crops, etc., in Virginia.] Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp. 292- 
298. 
Hubbard, A. C. 

Orchards and fruits in Michigan. Ag. Rpt. 1849. pp. 281-283. 

Fruit culture in Michigan. Ag. Ept. 1850, pp. 382-384. 

Hubbard, G. Eustis. 

[Remarks on cotton at Cape llaytien.J Ag. Rpt. 1850, pp. 280, 
281. 

Hubbard, H. G. 

The red bug (Dystlcrcus suturellw) as an enemy to the orange. 
Ent. Bnl. No. 1, pp. 14-16. 1883. 

The rust mite and notes on other orange insects. Ent. Bui. Xo. 1, 
pp. 9-13, 17, 18. L883. 

A report of progress iu experiments on scale insects, with other 
practical suggestions. Ag. Rpt. 1883, pp. 152-159. 

Bust of the orange. Ag. Rpt. 1884, pp. .*><> 1—: >7: >. 

Report upon observations upon Aletia and other insect enemies of 
cotton in Florida. 4th Rpt. Ent. Com., pp. 5-16, appx. i. 1885. 

[nsects affecting the orange. Report on the insect affecting the 
culture of the orange and other plants of the citrus family, with 
pract ical suggestions for their control or extermination. Orange 
Insects, pp. 227. illus. L885. 

Notes on the larva' of Ainphi/oa. 1. L., vol. 5, pp. 19-22. illus. 
L892. 

Bamboo. For. Bui. No. 11, pp. 29-32. 1895. 

The insect guests of the Florida land tortoise. L L., vol. 6, pp. 
302-315, illus. L894. 

Insect fertilization of an aroid plant. 1. L., vol. 7, pp. 340-346, 
illus. L895. 

Ambrosia beetles. V. B. 1896, pp. 121-430, Illus. 

General remarks — The food tongue— The life history of Ambrosia beetles — 
injuries caused by Ambrosia beetles Remedies, 

The Ambrosia hectics of the United States. la it. Bui, Xo. 7, n. s., 
pp. 9-30, illus. 1S97. 

Hubbard, John. 

Tripoli in Alabama. Ag. Bpt. L851, pp. 652, 653. 

Hubbard, S. G. 

Bemark8 OD the cultivation of wheat. Ag. Rpt L 850, p. 429. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 139 

Huffnagle, Charles. 

[Kemarks on cotton in British India.] Ag. Rpt. 1856, pp. 276-280, 
illus. 

Hughes, H. A. 

Experiments [with sorghum sugar] at Rio Grande, Xew Jersey. 
Ag. Rpt. 1887, pp. 240-254. 

Experiments [with sorghum sugar] at Rio Grande, Xew Jersey. 
Chem. Bui. No. 17, pp. 07-75. 1888. 

Hulse, G. W. 

Beet sugar manufacture. Mo. Rpt. 1809, pp. 373-375. 

licet root sugar. Mo. Rpt. 1870, pp. 147, 148. 

Humphreys, D. C. 

Stone and shell roads. Road Bui. No. 11. pp. 52-55. illus. 1895. 

Hunt, Chester. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Michigan.] Ag. Rpt. 1850, pp. 
421, 422. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Michigan.] Ag. Rpt. 1S52. pp. 
273-2SO. 

Hunt, Ezra M. 

Anthrax among cattle in New Jersey. Ag. Rpt. 1881, pp. 359-362. 

Contagious diseases of domestic animals. Cnnum. rpt., pp. 225-234, 

in "Contagious diseases of domestic animals. M 1883. 

Contagious pleuro -pneumonia in New Jersey. 1st Rpt. B. A. 1., 
pp. 2H7-309. 1886. 

Contagious animal diseases. 1st Rpt. B. A. I., pp. 437-443. L886. 
Contagions pleuro-pneumonia — Foot-and-mouth disease — Glanders and farcy. 

Knti'iisinii of contagious animal diseases and methods tor their 
limitation. 2d Rpt V>. A. 1., pp. 440-450. L886. 

Hunt, Loton S. 

Report on the commerce of Palmerston, Canada.] For. Mkts. Bui. 
No. I, pp. 34-38. 1895. 
Animals, cereals, daily products, meats, cotton, tobacco, fruits, Liquors, seeds. 

Hunt, Thomas F. 

Equalizing the irregularities of plats caused by defective germina- 
tion. O. B. S. .Misc. Hul. No. 3, pp. 111-110.' L891. 

Methods ot' instruction in teaching agriculture, O. B. s. Bui. No. 
30, pp. 35-37. lb ,( J<;. 

Huntington, George C. 

Grapes on Kelley'a Island, Ohio. .\^. Rpt L861, pp. 170-475. 

Draining; Laying out the vineyard— Second year— Training third year— 
Fourth year- Summer pruning. 

Huntington, H. W. 

[Report on farm crops, ete., in Louisiana.] A.g, Rpt 1852, pp. 

61, 62. 

Huntington, T. G. 

Garden vegetables, particularly the onion, the cabbage, and the 
squash. A.g. Rpt. 1864, pp. 1H> L22. 



140 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Huntington, Theodore C. 

[Keport on farm crops, etc., in Massachusetts.] Ag. Rpt. 1852, pp. 
160-162. 

Huntington, Theophilus P. 

[Keport on farm crops, etc., in Massachusetts.] Ag. Kpt. 1850, pp. 
196, 197. 

Huntoon, Harvey. 

Letter on cost of raising wheat and corn. Ag. Kpt. 1847, pp. 400, 
401. 

Huidekoper, Rush Shipper. 

Hamburg International Exhibition. 1st Kpt. B. A. I., pp. 380-392. 

188."). 

General diseases. Spl. Kpt. Dis. Horse, pp. 4G1-52S, illus. 1890. 

Inflammation — Congestion — Passive congestion — Fever — Influenza — stran- 
gles — Scalma — (Edematous pneumonia — Horse pox (equine variola) — 
Anthrax — Glanders — Rabies in the horse. 

Hurlbut, John. 

[Keport on farm crops, etc., in New York.] Ag. Kpt. 1850, pp. 11 0- 
442. 

[Report on farm crops, etc.. in New York.] Ag. Kpt. 1852, pp. 194- 
196. 

Hurst, Carl Bailey. 

Report on the commerce of Crefeld, Germany.] For. Mkts. Bui. 
No. 2, pp. 40-49. 1895. 

Animals, cereals, meats, cotton, tobacco, fruits, liquors. 
Hurt, A. B. 

Mississippi: Its climate, soil, productions, and agricultural capa- 
bilities. Misc, Spl. Kpt. No. 3, p. 89. 1883. 

Hurty, J. N. 

"Hemlock reds." Ohein. Bal. No. 43, pp. 206, 207. 1894 

Husmann, George. 

American wine and wine-making. Ag. Rpt. 1807. pp. 154-103. 
Gathering the grapes —White or light-oolored wine, resembling hock — White 
wine, resembling Hungarian— Red wine, resembling Bergundy and port- 
Wines resembling clarel — Miscellaneous. 

The wine industry of Napa County, California. Rpt, Stat. 1891, 
pp. 535, 536. 

Huston, H. A. 

Notes on the analysis of cattle foods. Ohem. Bui. No. 28, pp. 90 -93, 

IS! 10. 

Action of amnionic citrate on high-grade aluminic phosphate. 
Ohem. Bui. No. 28, pp. 170-172. L890. 

Report on phosphoric acid. Ohem. Bui. No. 31, pp. 81-103. 1891. 

Determinations of loss in heating samples of phosphates sent out by 
the reporter on phosphoric acid tor 1892. Ohem. Bui, No. 35, 
pp. 17-49. L892. 

Analyses of BUgars. Ohem. Bui. No. 13, i>t. 6, pp, 650, o\~>7. 1892. 

An.ih sea of molasses and sirups. Ohem. Bui. No. L3, pt. 6, pp. 683- 
685. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 141 

Huston, H. A. — Continued. 

Analyses of confections. Chera. Bui. No. 13, pt. G, pp. 720. 721. 

1892. 

Analyses of honeys. Chem. Bui. Xo. 13, pt. 6, pp. 731-754. 1892. 

[Presidential address before the Association of Official Agricul- 
tural Chemists.] Chem. Bui. Xo. 17, pp. 9-11. 189G. 

Chemistry for technical and practical students. O. E. S. Bui. Xo. 
41, pp. 88-90. 1897. 

Huston, H. A., and F. W. McBride. 

A modification of Grandeau's method for the determination of 
humus. Cliem. Bui. Xo. 38. pp. 81-92. 1893. 

Preliminary investigations relating to the determination of crude 
liber. Chem. Bui. Xo. 38, pp. 135-112. 1893. 

Huston, H. A., and J. M. Bartlett. 

Soil solvents for available potash and phosphoric acid. Chem. Bui. 
Xo. 49, pp. 91-90. 1897. 

Huston, H. A., and W. J. Jones, jr. 

Action of ammonium citrate and citric acid on basic slag. Chem. 
Uul. Xo. 19, pp. 08-71. 1897. 

Hyde, John. 

Statistics of tlax culture in the United States. Fiber Bpt. Xo. 4, 
pp. 83-87. 1892. 

» Discussion of the agricultural statistics of the Eleventh United 

States Census. B.A. 1. Bui. No. 11, pp. 12-22. 1896. 

Report of the Statistician. Ag. Bpt. 1897, pp. 219-221. 

Ihne, Egon. 

Phenologic or thermal constants. YV. B. Bnl. No. 2, pt. 2, pp. 
427-431. 1895. 

Ingersoll, C. L. 

Cooperative field experiments, o. B. s. Misc. Bui. Nb.3, pp.109, 

110. 1S91. 

The bulletin, present and prospective of the experiment station]. 
(). B. S. Bui. No. L6,pp. L38, L39. L8 

Irish, Charles W. 

[Irrigation in Nevada], s. Rpt. No. 928; pt. 3, pp. 502-507, maps. 
1890. 

Aitesian water iii Nevada, s. Ex. Doc. No. 53, i»i>- 201-206. L891. 

Report of the Special A.gent in Charge of the Irrigation Enquiry. 
A.g. Rpt L8U3, pp. 593, 594. 

Report of the Ohief of the Office of Irrigation [nquiry. Ag. Rpt. 
L894, pp. -219, 220. 

climate, soil characteristics, and irrigation methods of California. 
Y. B. L895, pp. I7~> 186, illus. 

The rainfall— Amount of vratei ns«>ii in Irrigation — How Irrigation is 
praol Load. 

Report of the chief of the Office of [rrigation [nquiry. Ag. Rpt 

1896, ]»p. is;; is;>. 



142 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Jackson, Charles T. 

Remarks od fertilizers, or saline manures. Ag. Rpt. 1854, pp. 
102-108. 

DeodorizatioD of vaults and the conversion of night soil into 
manure. Ag. Rpt. 1856, pp. 198-200. 

Chemical researches on the Sorgho %ucrL Ag. Rpt. 1856, pp. 307, 
308. 

Chemical researches on the Chinese and African sugar canes. Ag. 
Rpt. 1857, pp. 185-192. 

Analysis of the Chinese yam. Mercer potato, and chufa. Ag. Rpt. 
18o7, pp. 165, 166. 

Chemical analyses of cotton soils — Analyses of the ash of the cot- 
ton plant. Ag. Rpt. 1857, pp. 296V304. 

Chemical analyses of Indian corn. Ag, Rpt. 1857, pp. 160-164. 

Etherization of animals. Ag. Rpt. 18o3, pp. 59-61. 

Max cotton : Its adaptation to cotton machinery. Ag. Rpt. 1862, 
1 p. «)5-410. 

Chemical analyses of corn cobs. Ag. Rpt. 1855, pp. 163-168. 

Chemical researches on the seed of the cotton plant. Ag. Rpt, 
1855, pp. 2:34:-238. 

Jackson, John. 

Report on farm crops, etc., in Iowa.] Ag. Rpt, I860, pp. 179, 480. 

Jackson, J. F. 

[Good roads.] O. E. 8. Bui. No. 14. pp. 30-34. 1893. 

How to procure the means to build good roads. Road [nq. Bui, 
No. 11, pp. 29-32. 1895. 

Jackson, Sheldon. 

Preliminary report on the agricultural and horticultural conditions 
in the Yukon Valley. O. B. 8. Bui. No. 48, pp. 35-36. L898. 

Jackson, W H. 

Essay on the blood horse. Unnum. rpt., pp. 50-55, in •• Proceed- 
ings." 1882. 

Jackson, W. W. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in New Fork.] Ag, Rpt. 1850, pp. 

loi ion. 

Jacobs, Lionel M. 

Agriculture of San Bernardino County, California. Ag. Rpt. 1861, 
pp. L57-165. 

< nt and oli mate of the county — Soil — Capabilities for production and 
products Irrigation Manuring Draining Wheat— Barley (din 

Ms Rye Tobacoo Sorghum, or Chinese sugar cane— Peach — 
Other fruits — The grape Horses— Mules Ni.it cattle Sheep -Bees. 

Jaeger, Hermann. 

Experiments ion grape diseases] at Neosho, .Missouri. Bot. BuL 
N«». :>, pp. U!» :;<;. L888. 

Report <>r experiments on diseases or the grapevine at Neosho, 
.Missouri, in 1888.] Bot Bui. No. in, ,,,,. 20-34. L889. 

[Report on the treatment of grape diseases at Neosho, .Missouri, in 
L889.| Bot. Bui. No. 11, pp. 65 69. L890. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 143 

Jaffray, John. 

Account of an experiment in deep plowing. Ag. Rpt 1845. pp. 
L034-1036. 

James, E. J. 

The Government in its relation to the forests. For. BuL No. 2, pp. 
2a-39. 1889. 

James, Joseph F. 

Notes on fossil fungi. Jour. Mycol., vol. 7. pp. 268-273, illus. 1893. 

Janney, Samuel M. 

Virginia: Her past, present, and future. Ag, Rpt. 1864, pp. 17-4J. 

The tide-water regioD — Population of the tide- water region in Virginia — The 
piedmont region — The great valley — The trans-AUeghany region — state- 
ments of the larm products, live stock, products of the mines, iron manu- 
factures, cotton manufactures, woolen manufactures, and tobacco manu- 
factures of Virginia— Fruit growing — Education — Present condition — the 
future. 

Jeffress, E B. 

Remarks on potato culture.] Ag. Rpt. L850, pp. 319, 320. 

Jenkins, E. H., and A. L. Winton. 

A compilation of analyses of American feeding stuffs. O. E. S. 
Bui. No. 11, pp. 155. 1892. 

Jenkins, Thornton A. 

The culture of colza and rape for oil. Ag. Rpt L853, pp. 226-231. 

Jenter, C. G. 

Results obtained in standardizing the more common acid and alkali 
solutions. Client. Bui. No. 38, pp. 43-45. 1893. 
Jewell, L. E 

The determination of the relative quantities of aqueous vapor in 
the atmosphere by means of the absorption lines of the spectrum. 
W. B. Bui. No. 16, pp. 12, illus. 1896. 

Jewett, S. Wright. 

Report on farm crops, etc., in Vermont.] Air. Rpt 1852, pp. 
141-143 

Johns, Urban E. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Kentucky.] Ag. Rpt. 1850, pp. 
277, 278, 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Kentucky. Ag. Rpt L852, pp. 
;;i i -316. 

Johnson. Alfred C. 

[Report on the commerce of Stuttgart, Germany, For, Mkts. 
Bui. No. 2, pp. «;i 68. l 

Animals, oereals, fresh meats, cotton, wheat products, tobacco, fresh fruits 
and vegetables, \\ Lnes. 

Johnson, A. L. 

Economical designing of timber trestle bridges. For. Bui. No. 12, 
pp. 57. 1896. 

Johnson, B. P. 

[Report on (arm erops, etc.. in New York. Ag. Rpt 1847, pp. 
362- 368. 

Paragraphs on wheat, barley, oats, book wheat, corn, potatoes, hay, flax, 
tobacoo, Bilk. BUgar, rot ttioo ol orops, root crops, i" tsc snd beans, fruit, 
dairies, Btook, sheep, \\<»<»i depots, manures, draining, with i 

reports from various counties m \,u ^ m u . 



144 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Johnson, B. P.— Continued. 

[Report on agricultural products, etc., of Xew York.] Ag. Kpt. 
1848, pp. 370-401. 

Johnson, Edmund. 

Agriculture of Tuspan, in Mexico. Mo. Kpt. 1874, pp. 498-501. 

Johnson, H. S. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in New York.] Ag. Bpt, 1848, pp. 
414- 11^. 

[Remarks on dairy cows, etc., in New York.] Ag. Rpt. 1850, pp. 
120-128. 

Johnson, J. B. 

Work [in timber physics] at the test laboratory at St. Louis, Mis- 
souri. For. Bui. No. 6, pp. 31-41, illus. 1892. 

Mechanical tests made at Washington University testing labora- 
tory, St. Louis, Missouri. [Timber physics]. For. Bui. No. 8, pp. 
3-13, illus. 1893. 

Results of mechanical tests. [Timber physics.] For. Bui. No. 8, 

pp. 1^-31, illus. 1893. 

Johnson, J. E. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Iowa.] Ag. Rpt. 1852, pp. 340, 341, 

Johnson, Lawrence. 

Report upon the cotton worm, bollworm, and other insects. Ent. 
Bui. No. 1. pp. 53-58. 1883. 

Johnson, M. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Xew Jersey.] Ag. Rpt. L851, pp. 
668-671. 

Johnson, R. E. 

Weights and measures. Mo. Rpt., Nov.-Dec, L864, pp. 19-22. 

Johnson, S W. 

'Presidential address before the Association of American Agri- 
cultural Colleges and Experiment stations. O. E. 8. Bui. No. 
41. pp. 13-10. 1897. 

Johnson, "Willis G. 

Notes on some little known insects of economic importance. Ent 
Bui. No. 9. n. s., pp. 83 55. 1S!)7. 

Notes from Maryland <>n the principal injurious insects of the year. 
Ent. Bui. No. 9, d. 8., pp. 80,82. is<>7.' 

Note> on new and old scale insects. Ent. Bui. No. 6, n. B,, pp. 7 I 78. 
1896. 

Entomological notes from Maryland. Ent. Bui. No. <;, n.s.,pp, 
I 66. L896. 

Johnston, A. T. 

Report on farm crops, etc., in Georgia.] Ag. Bpt L 851, pp. 322, 
323. 

Johnstone, Edward. 

Report on farm crops, etc., in Iowa. Ag. Bpt. L850, pp. 355,356. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 145 

Jones, A. C. 

Then nitidis, or Chinese tea plant, and the practicability of its 
culture and manufacture in the United States. Spl. Rpt. No. 3, 
pp. 5-14. 1877. 

Jones, Frank M. 

Derme&tes vulpinus in goatskins. [.L.,vol.2,pp.63,64,illus. 1889. 

Jones, Henry B. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Virginia.] Ag.Rpt. L851, pp. 283-291 
Jones, J. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Delaware.] Ag.lipt. L847, pp. 368-372. 

[ Report on farm crops, etc., in Delaware.] Ag.Rpt. 1848, pp. 461-467. 
Jones, J. D. 

( Jork oak. For. BuL No. 11, pp. 0-18. 1895. 

History and statistics— Botanical — Harvest— Preparation t'<»i market. 

Jones, J. L. 

The mule: Its uses, how to breed, grow, prepare for the market, 
and sell. 8tb and 9th Rpts. B. A. I., pp. 335-342. 1 - 

Jones, L. R. 

A comparative test of fungicides in checking potato blight and rot 

(). E. 8. But No. 10, pp. 89-91. 1893. 

Jones, R. W 

Report of observations and experiments on the cotton worm AU tia 
xylina). But. Bui. No. 1, pp. 47-51. 1883. 

Experiments od the eggs — Tachinsa and ichneumons— Boll worms— Prepara- 
tions for destroying the worms— Paris green — Pyrethrum. 

The cotton bollworm [Heliothis armiger) and cotton army worm 
A letia xylina), 4th Rpt. Ent. Coin., pp. 17-23, appx. ii, l v ^> 

Jones, T.C., E. W. Hilgard, and R. W. Furnas. 

Climatic and agricultural features and the agricultural practice 
and needs of the arid regions of the Pacific Slope, with noto on 
Arizona and New Mexico. Unnum. rpt., pp. 182. L382. 

Jones, William J. 

Origin, habits, and destructive tendencies <>f Aletia xylina, 4th 
Rpt. Ent. Com., pp. 66-57, appx. vi. 1886. 

[Report on cotton insects.] Oot. [nsects, pp.356-^358, L879, 

Jones, W. J , jr., and H. A. Huston. 

Action of ammonium citrate and citric acid on basic slag. Chem. 
Bui. NO.lit. pp.68-71. L897. 

Jordan, W H 

American digestion experiments. E. 8. i;.. vol. 6, pp. 5-8. 1894. 

Dietary studies a4 the .Maine State College in L895. O, E. 8, Bui. 
No. 37, pp, 57, L897. 

The college commons and the conditions under which the experiments were 
made —The questions studied The analyses <>r the raw materials, 
foods, and wastes The cod <>f ran materials -Data obtained in the 
dietary studio — Dietarj Btndy andei ordinary oonditiou — Studj "i i 
dietary containing expensive protein— »8tudj of a dietary containing 
proti in Studj ol a <liit.n\ containing limited milk supplj Stuo 
dietary containing a large amount of milk — Discussion of tbe iuvt 
t Km and its result Summai \ . 

21713— No. l lo 



146 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Judd. N. B. 

Wheat growing in Prussia. Ag. Ept. 1861, pp. 404-411. 

Frankenstein wheat — Cujawischer wheat — Tlie cultivation of wheat in 
Prussia — Climate and soil — Tillage — Winter wheat — Harvest— Yield of 
corn and straw— General remarks. 

Judd, Sylvester D. 

Four common birds of the farm and garden. Y. B. 1895, pp. 
405-418, fflu8. 

Cat-bird, brown thrasher, mocking bird, house wren. 
Judd, Thomas. 

The almond in southwest Utah and southeast Nevada. Tom. Kpt. 
1895, pp. 55-57. 1897. 

Judson, Philander. 

Report on farm crops, etc., in Wisconsin.] Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp. 404, 
465. 

[Report on farm crops, etc.. in Wisconsin.] Ag. Kpt. 1852, pp. 332, 
333. 

Judson, Timothy. 

Report on farm crops, etc., in New York.] Ag. Rpt. 1850, pp. 432- 
136. 

Report on farm crops, etc., in New York.] Ag. Kpt. 1852, pp. 184- 
187. 

Julien, William, jr. 

Report on farm crops, etc., in Ohio.] Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp. 390-395. 

Jussen, Edmund. 

• Austrian crops. Rpt. Stat., July, 1885, pp. 43, 44. 

Kales, J. W. 

Explosive noises at Franklinville, New York. Mo. W. R., vol. 25, 
]». 393. L897. 

Kane, Dominic J. 

j Report on the commerce of Oharlottetown, Prince Edward Island.] 
For. Mkts. Bui. No. I. pp. 60-62. 1895. 
Animals, cereals, dairy products, meats, cotton, tobacco, fruits, liquors, 

'Is. 

Kastle, J. H., Paul Marvin, and J. C. Calvert. 

On the action of oxalic acid upon phosphates, silicates, and soil. 
Ohem. Bui. No. 13, pp. 53 58, L894, 

Kearney, Thomas H., jr. 

Notes on grasses and forage plants of the Southeastern States, 
Agros. Bui. N<>. L, pp. 28, i 1 1 us. 1895, 

Kedzie, R C 

Report on soil analysis. Ohem. Bui, No, 81, p. 116. 1891. 

Vessels for acid digestion of soils. Ohem. Bui. No. 38, pp. 82, 83, 
L893. 

Protection of vegetation from dost. Mo. w. R., vol. 23, p. 295, 
L895, 

Kefier, Charles A. 

Wattle tree. For, Bui, No. 11, pp, L9-22, Hlus. L895. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 147 

Keffer, Charles A.— Continued. 

Tree planting in waste places on the farm. Y. B. 189G, pp. 323- 
340, illns. 

General remarks — The farm nursery— Notes on varieties and methods — 
Planting to bind soils — The nut trees. 

Tree planting in the Western plains. Y. B. 1895, pp. 341-.\>60. 

( Characteristic features of the plains — Objects of tree planting — Availability 

of Bpeciea — Adaptability of species — Objections to planting single species — 
Kules for mixed plantings— Relative shade enduranct — Rate of develop- 
ment — Close planting— Illustrative tree mixtures — Conifers for Western 
planting — Forest planting in the sand hills — Ceneral cultural not. 

Kellerman, W. A ., and J. B. Ellis. 

New species of Kansas fungi. .Jour. Mycol.. vol. 5, pp. 142-144. 

1889. 

Kellerman, W. A., and W. T. Swingle. 

►Status of the sorghum blight. Jour. Mycol., vol. 5, pp. 195-199. 

18S9. 

Prevention of smut in oats and other cereals. Jour. Mycol., vol. (>, 
pp. 26-29. 1890. 

New species of Kansas fungi. Jour. Mycol., vol. 5, pp. 11-14. 

New species of Kansas fungi. Jour. Mycol., vol. 5, pp. 72-7S. 
1889. 

Kellicott, D. S. 

Hepialus argenteomaculatus. I. L., vol. 1. pp. 250, 251. 1889. 

Note on the horn fly in Ohio. I. L., vol. 4, p. :>.*>. ism. 

N«»tc- on iEgeriidae of central Ohio.— II. I. L., vol. 5, pp. 81-86. 
L892. 

Rypodi ras columbce — a note. 1. L., vol. 5, pp. 77, 78, illns. L892. 

The preparatory stages of Eustrotia oaduca. [. L., vol. 3, pp. 321, 
3i'L\ L891. 

Kellogg, S. W. 

Statistics, etc., concerning farm crops in Brazos County, Texas. 
A.g. Bpt. L847, pp. 397-599. 

Report on farm crops, etc., in Texas.] Ag. Bpt. L848, pp. 557-561, 

Kellogg, Vernon L. 

bisects injuring drugs at the University of Kansas. I. I... vol. 7. 
pp. 31, 32. L894, 

Kansas notes entomological]. LL., vol.5, pp. 114-116, L892, 
1 1 • ■ — i ; 1 1 1 fly, chinch bug, wheat-straw worm, wheat-head worm, Southern 
cmiii rool worm, ham fij , bag worm, Locusts, bihio, melon aphis, Angoaniois 
-i .1111 moth. 

Kelsey, F D 

Notes on the fungi of Helena, Montana. Jour. Mycol., vol. 5, pp. 
30 82. L889. 

Kelsey, F D, and F. W. Anderson 

Erysiphea upon Phytoptus distortions. Jour. Mycol., vol 5, pp. 
L'(i!». 210. L889. 



148 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Kelley, Addison. 

Report on farm crops, etc., in Ohio.] Ag. Upt. 1851, pp. 373, 374. 

[Keport on farm crops, etc. in < )hio.] Ag. Rpt. 1852, pp. 250, 251. 

Kelly, E G. 

On bees, etc. A<j\ Rpt. 1845, pp. 394-396. 

Kelly, O. H. 

Minnesota. Ag. Rpt. ISO.;, pp. 31-41. 

Topographical features— Soil — Productions — stock raising — Wool — Fruits — 
Timber — Manufacturing facilities — Climate — Postal facilities — educa- 
tion — Our population — Homestead law — Army worms and grasshoppers — 
Sioux depredations — The drought— Irrigation — Scenery — Wild game — 
Wild rict — Swamp lands — Cities and towns — Natural resources of W ealth — 
Copper, iron, and lead — Railroads — ^alt lakes — A bureau of immigration. 

Kennedy, A. R. 

Cattle and sheep industry of Colorado. 8th and 9th Rpts. B. A. I., 
pp. :;<;7-370. 1893. 

Kennicott, John A. 

Report of the committee of the North American Pomological Con- 
vention for the State of Illinois. Ag. Kpt. 1849, pp. 4i'i)-445. 

Kennicott, Robert. 

The quadrupeds of Illinois injurious and beneficial to the farmer. 
Ag. Rpt. 1856, pp. 52-110, illus. 

Large-tailed fox squirrel, migratory, or common gray and Mack squirrel 
(Sciurus migratorius), black squirrel {8. niger)* Southern gray or Carolina 
squirrel {8. carolinenais), little red squirrel (S. hudsonius), common flying 
squirrel ( Pteromys volucella), striped ground squirrel or chipmunk ( Tamias 
ttriatus), striped and spotted prairie squirrel ( Spermophilus tredeoimlineatut I, 
gray prairie squirrel ( 8. franJclinii), prairie dog I S. ludovicianus >. w oodchuck 
or ground hog (Arctomys monetx), common white-footed wood mouse tftu 
leuoopus), white tooted prairie mouse {Mus bairdii), long-tailed jumping 
mouse [Jaculus labrfidorius), prairie meadow mouse (Arvioola austerut), 
wood meadow mouse (A. Bcalopsoides), Long-haired meadowmouse (A.ripa- 
rius . muskral {Fiber zilethious), common house mouse (Mus musoulus), 
brown ral < Mus decumanuv), black rat {Mum rattus). 

The quadrupeds of Illinois injurious and beneficial to tin fanner. 
Ag. Rpt. L857, ])\). 72-107. 

Pocket gopher or pouched ral {Geomye bursarius)— Common gray rabbit or 
hare {Leput sylvaticua), the northern hare, varying hare, or white rabbit 
[Lepui americanus), swamp rabbil or water hare (Leput aquaticutf red 
mouse (Hesperomys nuttalti, Arvicolo nuttallij Mus aureolus), red-backed 
meadow mouse (Arvioola gopperi). Canadian porcupine (Erethison dor- 
Kti(nn). short-tailed shrew [Bore* blarina brevioaudatue), Cooper's Bhrew 
(N. cooperi), Arnold's >hiew (8, eximiit*), siher\ mole or western ground 
mole (Soalops argentatut) t stai nosed mole {Condylura orittata). mink 

( PutoHui viion . Common white weasel or American ermine ( i'liloriutt 

a,, n boracensit ). 
Kenworthy, Charles J. 

Woolgrowing in Australia. Ag. Rpt. L864, pp. 204-223. 

Land rhe home station Wattle-and-daub buildings — Hnt- 

-id shepherds Pasturage Pacts from wool growers— -wages of 

.it tendants — 1 diseases —Washing— The alleged deterioration of wool — The 

Dortbern pastoral districts of South Australia Sheep thriving on deserts - 

>t;it isi ics of Australian wool. 
Kern, M G 

The relation of railroads to forest supplies and forestry. For. BuL 
No. 1, pp. 11-25. L887. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 149 

Kilborne, F. L. 

An outbreak of abortion in mares. B. A. I. Bui. No. 3, pp. 49-52. 
1893. 

Kilborne, F. L., and E. C. Schroeder. 

Clinical and pathological notes on a herd of sixty cattle tested with 
tuberculin. (Soldiers' Home herd.) B. A. I. Bui. Xo. 17. pp. 7-87. 
1894. 

Kilborne, F. L., and Theobald Smith. 

Investigations into the nature, causation, and prevention of Texas 
or Southern cattle fever. B. A. I. Bui. No. 1, pp. 301 , illus. 1803. 

Investigations into the nature, causation, and prevention of south- 
ern cattle fever. 8th and 9th lipts. B. A. 1., pp. 177-304, illus. 
1893. 

Kilborne, F. L., Theobald Smith, and E. C. Schroeder. 

Additional observations on Texas cattle fever. B. A. I. Bui. No. 3. 
pp. <i7-7i\ 1893. 

Kilgore, B. W. 

Report on phosphoric acid. ('hem. Bui. No. -47. pp. Gli— S2. 1896. 

On the estimation of phosphoric acid by titration of the yellow pre- 
cipitate of phosphomolybdate of ammonia. Chem. Bui. No. 100- 
104. 1894. 

Report on phosphoric acid. Chem. Bui. No. 43, pp. 68-86. 1894. 

The feeding value of cotton-seed products. O. E. 8. Bui. No. 33, 
pp.385-422. 1896. 

Kilgore, B. W., and C. B. Williams. 

( lomparison of results by old and new methods for citrate-insoluble 
phosphoric acid. Chem. Bui. No. 13, pp. 108, 109. 1894. 

Killin, Benton. 

Agriculture in Alaska. (). E. S. Bui. No. t8,pp.29-35. 1898. 

Details of travel — Topography of the country — The soil — Climate — Native 
plants— Domestic plants — Native animals- Domestic animals— Fox rais- 
ing — The fishes of Alaska— Timber — What has been done in the way of 
culture — Ensilage — The outlook for agriculture from an economic 
Btandpoinl — Lands tor stations — I. ami titles — Conclusions. 

King, Franklin H. 

Observations and experiments on the fluctuations in the level and 
rate of movement of ground water on tlie Wisconsin Agricul- 
tural Experiment Station farm and at Whitewater, Wisconsin. 
W. B. Bui. No. o. pp. 75,illus. L892. 

What doe- a I vsimet er teach .' (). B. 8. Misc. Bui. No. 3, pp. 106, 

1<>7. L891. 
Irrigation in humid climates. F. B, No. 16, pp. l'7. illus. L897, 

King, Jonas. 

Remarks on cotton in Greece. A.g. Rpt. L856, pp, i'*;.; 265. 

King, William M 

Report of the Ohief of the Seed Division, kg, Rpt. 1885, pp. 
i; 61. 

Report of the Chief <>f the Seed Division. Au. Rpt, L886, pp. 
47-67, 



150 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

King, William M. — Continued. 

Pu-port of the Chief of the Seed Division. Ag. Rpt. 1887, pp. 
653-C71. 

Report of the Chief of the Seed Division. Ag. Rpt. 1888. pp. 
643-061. 

King, William R. 

Report on the relative merit of various stocks for the orange with 
notes on nial di gonia and the mutual influence of stock and 
scion. Pom. Bui. Xo. 4, pp. 21. 1891. 

Kinkead, Warner S. 

[Report on the commerce of Southampton, England.] For. Mkts. 
Bui. No. l,pp. 75-79. 1895. 

Livestock — Dairy products — Cereals — Canned meat, hams, bacon, lard. etc. — 
Tobacco and Hour— Apples and fruits — Wines, beers, and whiskies. 

Kinley, Isaac. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Indiana.] Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp. 420-429. 

Kinney, Abbot. 

The forests of Los Angeles, San Diego, and San Bernardino coun- 
ties, California. For. Bui. No. 2. pp. 198-205. 1 889. 

Eucalyptus. For. Bui. Xo. 11, pp. 23-28. 1895. 

General characteristics — Uses— Ability to withstand cold— Species in south- 
ern California— Species in southern Florida. 

Kintner, Jacob L. 

Report on farm crops, etc., in Indiana.) Ag. Rpt. 1850, pp. 222-224. 

Kintred, Jacob L. 

Report on farm crops, etc., in Indiana.] Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp. 434-437. 

Kirtland, A. H. 

On the preparation and use of arsenate of lead. Bnt. Bui, No. 9. 
n.s.. pp. 16-48. 1897. ' 

A new insecticide. Ent. Bui. No. <>, n. s., pp. 27-29. 1896. 

Kirtland, Jared P. 

Report on farm crops, etc., in Ohio.] Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp. 363, 364, 

The proper time for cutting timothy. Ag. Rpt. L855, pp. 248-250, 

illu-. 

Kittredge, Thomas W. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in New Hampshire.] Ag. Rpt. 1851, 

pp. <>.")7-< 159. 

Klee, W. G 

Culture of the date. Innnni. rpt., pp. 25. 1 883, 

Tropical and BemitropicaJ fruits of California, Arizona, and New 
Mexico. Tom. Bnl. No. l. pp, Lll-145. L888, 

Klippart, John H. 

The International fair at Stettin. .Mo. Rpt., Sept., L865, pp. (>-l<;. 
German agriculture. Mo. Rpt., Aug., 1865, pp. <i-l2. 

Knapp, G. W. 

Report on farm crops, etc., in Michigan.] Ag. Rpt. L850, pp. 384, 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 151 

Knapp, S. A. 

The limits of education under the Law at oar agricultural colleges. 
Misc. SpL Rpt No. 9, pp. 103-108. 1885. 

Knorr, Aug. E. 

Examination of meats. Ag. Rpt. 1886, pp. 355-3 

Report on cattle foods rich in carbohydrates. Chem. Bui. No. 31, 
pp. 45-62. 1891. 

Knowles, Etta L. 

A study of the abnormal structures induced by Ustilago zeat mays. 
Jour. Mycol., vol. ">. pp. 14-18, illus. 1889. 

Koebele, Albert. 

Xotes on locusts at and about Folsom, California. Ag. Rpt. L885, 
pp. 308-311. 

Report upon supplementary experiments on the cottony cushion 
scale; followed by a report on experiments on the red scale. 
Ag. Rpt. 1880. pp. 558-572. 

Report on experiments against scale insects. Ag. Rpt. L887, pp. 
143-147. 

Report of a trip to Australia, made under the direction of the Ento- 
mologist, to investigate the natural enemies of the tinted scale. 
Ent. Bul. No. 21 revised edition), pp. 32, illus. 1889. 

Report on California insects. Ent. Bul. No. 22, pp. 85-94. 1890. 
Bfadrona tree borer Poly coon < onf( rtus) — Tent caterpillars — Cutworms— 
Notes <>n the habits of the «o«ll in ii moth and its enemies and parasites in 
California — The Hessian fly— Joint worms— Locusts. 

Report of experiments with resin compounds on Phylloxera, and 
general notes ou California insects. Ent. Bul. No. 23, pp. 37-44, 
1891. 

Sugar-cane insects in Xe»v South Wales. [. L.. vol. l. pp. 38 
1892. 

The present status of the recent Australian importations. 1. L.. 
vol. 6, pp. 20-29. L89 '.. 

Experiments with the hop louse in Oregon and Washington. I. 1... 
vol. <), pp. 1l'-17. L893. 

Studies of parasitic and predaceous insects in New Zealand, Aus- 
tralia, and adjacent islauds. Unnum. rpt.. pp. •;•.». 189 '•. 

Report on entomological work in Oregon and California — Note- on 
Australian importations. Km. Bul, No. 32, pp. 33-36. 1894, 

Kohlei, Edward. 

Application of lime. A.g. Rpt. 1849, pp. 302, 303, 

[Reporl on farm crops, etc., in Pennsylvania. A.g. Rpt. L851, pp, 
239 241. 

Koppen, F T 

Kop pen's account of the Hessian fly. ">d Rpt. ISnt. Com., ]>p. 11, 

L2, app\. iv, l 88 ■. 

Koppen. W. 

The D68l method of testing weather predictions. \\ . l'». I'.nl. No. 

2, pt. I. i p. 29 34. L894. 



152 U. B. DEPARTMENT OV AGRICULTURE. 

Koppen. W. — Continued. 

The present condition and recent progress of climatology. Mo. W. 
R., vol. 23, pp. 461-463. 1895. 

Kothe, G. C. 

Report on the commerce ol Cassel, Germany.] For. Mkts. Bui. No. 
2, pp. 66-60. IS!).""). 

Animals, cereals, dairy product'-, meat-, cotton, tobacco, fruits, liquors, 

seeds. 

Kramer, C. F. 

Sheep in the Cumberland Mountains. Ag. Rpt. 1845, pp. L016, 

1017. 

Kremser, V. 

The studv of the upper atmosphere by means of balloons. W. B. 
Bui. No. 2, pt. 3, pp. 725-7;};;. L896. 

Krug, W. H 

Report on tannin. Ohem. Bui. No. 43, pp. 194-203. 1894. 

An attempt to analyze a mixture of dextrine, starch, dextrose, 
sucrose, and gum arable. Ohem. Bui. No. 43, pp. 107-170. 1804. 

Report on tannin. Ohem. Bui. No. 47, pp. 154-160. 1896. 

Kiihn, Julius. 

Feeding standards for domestic animals. B. S. R., vol. -t, pp. 6-13. 
L892. 

Laberge, Charles. 

[Report on the commerce of St. Eyacinthe, Quebec.] For. Mkts. 
Bui. No. 4, p. 44. L895. 

Labue, A. D 

Report on farm crops, etc.. in Wisconsin.! Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp. 162, 
163. 

Lade, Frau von Roeszler. 

Cultivation of* the nettle in Germany. Ag, Rpt. L878, pp, 562-565. 

Lafitte, Prosper de. 

Action of sulphate of copper on the mildew. Bot. Bui. No. 2, pp. 
lno-107. L886. 

Lagerheim, G. de. 

The relationship of Puccinia and Phragmidium. Jour. Myool., vol. 
6, pp. Lll-113. 1891. 

Observations On new species of fungi from North and South 
America. Jour. Mycol., vol. 7, pp. II 50, illus. 1891. 

Remarks on the fungus of a potato scab [Spongospora solani). 
Jour. Mycol., vol. 7. pp. L03, L04. L892. 

Lake, E. R 

Prune culture in the Pacific northwest. Pom. Rpt. L894, pp. 41-49, 
illus. L895. 

Lancaster, A 

Hoarfrost especially rich in nitrogen. Mo. W. R., vol. 24, p. 371. 

IS! Ml. 

Lander, J N 

Smoke-consuming device for locomotives. For. Bui. No. 1, ]>j). 
L32-136, illus. i 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 153 

Landon, M. D. 

Cotton [by free labor]. Ag. Rpt. 1864, pp. 88-92, illus. 

Difficulties encountered — Seed — Preparing the soil for the seed — The txrow- 
in<j plant— The cotton louse — The grass caterpillar — Cotton caterpillar 
(Noctua zylina) — Cotton maturing — Free versus slave labor— Expense. 

Lane, J. G. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Virginia.] Ag. Rpt. 1847. pp, 376^ 
377. 

Lang, Thomas S. 

Roadsters and trotters. Ag. Rpt. 1864, pp. 157-161. 

Langley, S. P. 

The meteorological work of the Smithsonian Institution. W. B. 
Bui. No. 2, pt. 2, pp. 216-220. 1895. 

Langlois, A. B., and J. B. Ellis. 

New species of Louisiana fungi. Jour. ftfycol., vol. 6, pp. .35-37. 
1 890. 

Langworthy, C. F. 

The excretion of metabolized nitrogen by animals. B. S. R., vol. 7, 
pp. 817-825. 1896. 

Soy beans as food for man. F. B. No. 58, pp. 20-23. 1897. 

Langworthy, C. F., and W. O. Atwater. 

A digest of metabolism experiments in which the balance of income 

and outgo was determined. < >. E. 8. Bui. No. 45, pp. 134. L897. 

Langworthy, L. B. 

Report on farm crops, etc.. in New Fork. Ag. Rpt, 1851, pp. 
204-208. 

Lapham, Julia A. 

Biographical sketch of [ncrease Allen Lapham. YV. B. Bui. No. IS 
pp. 36-39. L896. 

Larkin, Mordecai. 

Pennsylvania tanning — Improved ha\ fork. Ag. Rpt L849, pp. 
365-367, illus. 

Report on farm crops, etc., in Pennsylvania. Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp. 
_'."»<; 258. 

Larrabee, J. H. 

Experiments in apiculture. Ent Bui. No. 30, pp. 57-64. 189 

Breeding— Removing tin- queen t»> prevent swarming — Wax secretion — 
Planting for bonej Evaporation of honej feeding back. 

Paris green and the honeybee. 1. L., vol. i. p. 282, L892. 

Larwill. J. B. 

Report on farm crops, etc., in Ohio. Ag, Rpt. L851, pp. 379 384. 

Latham, H 

The pastoral lands of America. Ag. Rpt. 1870, pp. 301 310. 
History "i grazing "n the Plains Woolgrowing. 

Lathrop, Lorin A. 

Peaches and other fruits in England. I'm. Bikts. Oirc No. L, pp. 2. 

1 895" 



ir>4 U. 8. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICUJLTURE. 

Lathrop, Paoh. 

Report on farm crops, etc., in Massachusetts.] ' Ai?. Kpt. 1850. pp. 
379-381. 

Latta. W. C. 

Money value of good roads. Road Inq. Circ. Xo. 23, pp. 4. 18!>(). 

Form, size, arrangement, and treatment of plats in field experi- 
mentation. (>. B. 8. Bui. No. 30, pp. 8;;. 84. L896. 

Law, James. 

Epizootic aphtha 1 . Ag. Kpt. 1870. pp. 352-357. 

Nature of the disease — Causes — Relative susceptibility of different animals — 
Symptoms — Losses occasioned by the disease — Origin of the present out- 
break in America— Treatment — Prevention. 

[nfluenza in horses. Ag. Rpt. 1872, pp. 203-248, illus. 

Symptoms and course — Symptoms of the simple or catarrhal form — Report 
on observations by the Microscopist of the Department <»t Agriculture — 
1 >r. Caldwell's analysis of the urine— Method of analysis. 

Hog cholera — Intestinal fever in swine. Ag. Rpt. 1875, pp. 426- 
430. 

Investigation of swine plague. Ag. Kpt. 1878, pp. 365-421, illus. 

IncubatioD of the disease — Symptoms — Post-mortem lesions — Microscopic 

rvations— Parasitic worms — Experiments on the propagation of the 
disease by inoculation and otherwise — Nature of the hog fever— Causes- 
la the treatment of hog fever good policy! — Measures to arrest and 
extirpate the disease — Record or experiments — Supplemental report- 
Experiments in feeding the virulent matter — Successful inoculation with 
fro/en products of the disease— Contagion from an infected pen — mi 
fill inoculation of pigs with virus that had been kept for a month in dry 
wheat bran— ( 'ohabitation with sick pigs in different stages of the disease 
( )cenlt forms of the disease — Infect ion oi other animals than swine — Infec- 
tion of a rabbit from a sick piii — Successful inoculation from the sick rab- 
bit — Probable susceptibility of Other rodents — Inoculations from the rat — 
Successful inoculation ofsheep — Infection of the Merino — Infection of the 
lamb -Successful inoculation of a pig from the sheep — Unsuccessful inoc- 
ulation of a puppy — Significance of the infection of rodents and sheep. 

Pleuropneumonia in New York and elsewhere. 9pl. Rpt. No. 12, 
pp. 237-242. 1S7<>. 

oud supplemental report on swine fever, Ag. Kpt. 1ST'.*, pp. 
120-435, illus. 

lute, lion by Cohabitation — Post-mortem examination of infected lamb — 

I >'-\ mortem examination of the infected Merino— Pig successfully inoc- 
ulated from sheep and 1 nub — Successful inoculation from the pig infected 
by the sheep Pig successfully inoculated from the infected iamb — Inoc- 
ulation from rat and lamb — I nocii Iations from pig, rat. and lamb — Success* 
ful inoculation of a rat -Successful inoculation from the rat Probable 
conveyance of the disease bj rats infection by inoculation of cultivated 

v it us. 

Investigation of swine plagne. Ag, Rpt. 1880, pp. 155-526, illus. 
Lesioua oi>ser\ed alter death — Summary of results— Force of the viruu les- 
■ 1 l>\ cultivation in free air— Pasteur's method with • hicken cholera — 
Buc liner's observations on Baeilltu anthracis and />'. Bubtilit— Preservation 
of the anthrax germs in graves, etc, — Argument from yellow fever— Ex- 
ample in Asiatic cholera Example from typhoid fever Swine-plague 
virus more virulent when grown in a partially aerated medium Inocula- 
tion with \ i ins moil i tied b> growth in free an ami otherwise Deduct ions — 

II cine ami prophylactii Crowding hi coutiucd spaces under barns 
Closed h paces be eat h the floors Objection to wooden floors and walls 
Objection to close drains and liquid manure pits Dangers from railroad 
can and from vessels Railroad ami mat let yards and buildings I'arj iu^: 
seasons \\ ill t;i\ or a \ arj ing mortality w h, summer is t he most dangerous 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 155 

Law, James — Continued. 

season —Dry seasons on particular soils — Effect of wet seasons on certain 
soils — Value of loose dry earth as a disinfectant — Protection by inocula- 
tion with the mitigated virus— Drawbacks to protective inoculation with 
mitigated virus— Inoculation of herds that are already infected — Protect- 
ive influence of the chemical products of the swine-plague germ — Precau- 
tions to be observed — Advantages promised by this method— Disadvan- 
tages and drawbacks — Experiments in inoculation with the blood of a 
suffocated pig. 

Investigation of swine plague second report . Spl. Rpt. No. 22, 

pp. (i.s-s;;. 1880. 

Pleuropneumonia, or bovine lung plague. Spl. Rpt. No. 22, pp. 
179-184. 1880, 

Investigations of swine plague (third report). Spl. Bpt. No. 34, 
pp. 81-152, illus. 1881. 

[Contagious diseases of domestic animals. | Unnum. rpt. ,pj>. 19-30. 
1883. 

Cattle traffic in relation to cattle plague. .Misc. Spl. Rpt. No, 2, 
pp. 110-119. L883. 

International Veterinary Congress, 1st Rpt. B. A. J., pp. 321-370. 

18s:,. 

Subjects discussed: The organization of veterinary service; contagions 
pleuro-pueuuionia of* cattle; education in veterinary medicine ; the right 
of the veterinary to furnish medicines; pulmonary phthu 

Diseases of I lie skin. Spl. Rpt. Dis. I Ior>e,pp. 419-445, illus. 1890, 

Diseases of the generative organs. Spl. Rpt. Dis. Horse, pp. 
L35-180, illus. L890. 

Diseases of the eye. Spl. Rpt, I >is. I Corse, pp. 247-268, illus. l B90. 

Diseases of the urinary organs. Spl. Rpt. Dis. Horse, pp. .">9-S0, 

illus. L890. 

Investigation of the swine plague. Spl. Bpt. No. 12, pp. 56-112, 
illus. 1879. 

Lawrence, E. 

Profit of steam plowing. Mo. Rpt. L870, p. 149. 
Cultivation by steam. Bio. Rpt. L872, p|>. 358, 359. 

Lawrence, H. E. 

Steam ploughing in Louisiana, Ag. Rpt. L867, pp. 278-280. 

Lawrence, John. 

The clergyman's recreation, Bhowingthe pleasure and profit of the 
art of gardening. Ag. Rpt. I860, pp, 99-100. 

Lazenby, W. R. 

How shall we teach horticulture! <>. B, S, Bui. No, 30, pp. *;o— «»4. 
L896. 

Leavitt, O S 

The culture ami manufacture of flai and hemp. Ag. Rpt. L861, 
pp, 83 1 18. 

Le Conte, John. 

American grapevines of the Atlantic States. Ag, Rpt 1857, pp. 



156 U. 8. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Le Due, William G. 

Report of the Commissioner of Agriculture. Ag. Rpt. 1877. pp. 5-22. 
List of articles exported, with quantity and value — Distribution of plants 
tn foreign countries — Letter concerning the distribution of seeds — On the 
work of the several divisions of the Department. 

Report of The Commissionerof Agriculture. Ag. Rpt. 1878, pp. 5-95. 
Botanical Division — Microscopical I division — Entomological Division — Sta- 
tistical Division — Diseases of domesticated animals — 'The Paris Exposition 
of 1878 — forestry — Distribution of seeds — Immediate necessities of the 
Department — Explanation and remarks on the tables — Imports, exports, 
cost, and consumption of tea and coffee in the United States from 1790 to 
L878— Imports, exports, cost, production, and consumption of brown BUgar, 
refined BQgar, foreign candy, melado, or sirup of sugar cane, brown and 
refined cane sugar, cane, maple, and sorghum sugar, candy and melado, 
cane molasses— Wheat experiments — Corn — Garden and flower seeds — 
• fate — Rye— Barley — Potatoes— Buckwheat — Cotton — Amber sorghum — 
Sugar beets— Fruits and forest tree seeds and shrubs — Tobacco — Tea plants 
and seeds — Prefatory to reports of heads of divisions — Experiments in 
BUgar making — 'fanning material. 

Information in relation to disease prevailing among swine and 
other domestic animals, communicated to the Senate by the 
President of the United States in compliance with a resolution 
of the Senate of February 20, 1878. Uiiuum. rpt.. pp. L49, illus. 
1878. 

[The manufacture of maize and sorghum sugar.] (Jnnum. rpt^ 

pp. 21. 187!). 

Report of the < 'ommissioner of Agriculture. Ag. Rpt. 1879. pp. 5-30. 
The sorghum industry — History of the introduction of sorghum — Seed dis- 
tribution — Diseases of domesticated animals — ( !offe< — Tea — I m mediated 
necessities of the Department — On the work of the divisions. 

Letter to the chairman of the Committee on Agriculture communi- 
cating information on the subject of pleuropneumonia among 
cattle, s Misc. Doc. No. 71, pp. 22. L879. 

Report of the Commissioner of Agriculture. Ag. Rpt. L880, pp. 
5-36. 

Division of Chemistry — Beel sngai — Maine Beel Sugar Company — Experi- 
ments in Delaware — Louisiana sugar — Division of statistics— Division of 
Entomology — Division of Botany — Division of Garden and Gronnda — 

Division of Seeds — .M iei OSCOpist — folding room — I Mshui sing ' oil ice - l'i int- 

ing l 'ea Artesian wells — Forestry Division- International sheep and 
wool show— silk culture — Grape culture and wine making — Plenro-pneu- 

monia contagiosa — Texan cattle lever — Foot-and-mouth di-east — Sw ino 

plague —Library — Veterinary — Meteoi ologj — Salai L< 
[Sorghum BUgar.] [Jnnum. rpt., pp. i-\ pis. 33. L880. 

Ledyard, F W. 

[Good roads.] O. B. B. Bui. No. L4, pp. 27-29. L893. 

Lee, Chai 1* s. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in New fork.] Ag. Rpt. L849, pp. 
Hi.; L09, 

Lee, Daniel. 

Statistics and progress of agriculture in the United states. Ag. 
Rpt. L849, pp. 6 L3, 

lieporl to the Commissioner of Patents— Agricultaral education — The rav- 

aalysis of Boila, marla, and fertilizers The preservation 

of pi o\ i sum- The distribution of seeds and cuttings — How cities exhaust 

the fertility Of land. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 157 

Lee, Daniel — Continued. 

The study of soils. Ag. Rpt. 1850, pp. 25-81. 

A general view of the subject — Origin of soils — Vegetable and animal mold — 
Sand in soils— The critical study of the (dements of fertility of soils — The 
philosophy of improving soils — Chemical effects of tillag 

The preparation and use of manures. Ag. Hpt. 1850, pp. 11S-120. 

Progress of agriculture in the United States. Ag. Rpt. is.")!', pp. 
1-15. 

American agricultural literature. Ag. Rpt. 1852, pp. 16-22. 
Leese, Robert H. 

[Remarks on cotton in Italy.] Ag. Rpt. L856, p. 296. 

Le Franc, Emile. 

Culture and manufacture of ramie and jute in the United States. 
I nnuin. rpt.. pp. 19. 1873. 

Culture of ramie and jute. Ag. Rpt. 1873, pp. 261-272. 

Leiberg, John B. 

General report on a botanical survey of the Cceur d'Alene Moun- 
tains in Idaho during the summer of 181>.j. Cont. Nat. Herb., 
vol. 5, pp. 8"), map. 1897. 

Lincoln, Thomas. 

[Report on farm crops, etc.. in Maine.] Ag. Rpt. L850, pp. 302-305. 

Lemstrom, Selim. 

The cosmical relations manifested in the simultaneous disturbances 
of the sun, t he aurora, and the terrestrial magnetic field. W. B. 
BuL No. 2, pt. 2, pp. 192-500, illus. 1895. 

Lenoir, W. W. 

A strange cattle disease. Bpl. Rpt. No. 12, pp. 253-255. ls7 ( .>. 

Lesley, Allen Voorhees. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Delaware.; Ag. Rpt. L849, pp. 
115-121. 

Lesley, J. P. 

Coal oil. Agt. Rpt. 1862, pp. Ii".»-H7. 

The composition of coal oil — The manufaoture.nses, and statistics of coal 

oil — The history ofooal oil and its discovery — The theory of tin- origin of 

ooal oil. 

Lester, H. W. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Vermont. Ag. Rpt. L852, pp. 

L3S-139. 

Leverett. T. H. 

Root crops, Ag. Rpt. 1863, pp. 95-102. 

Mangolds—Time of harvesting The feeding of mangolds— Turnips Plat, 
mi English, turnips— 8agai beets— < laxrott — Time 01 harvesting — Expense 
of growing carrots. 

Levi, Leo N. 

Address on toad improveineii t . Road ln<|. Hid. No. 15, pp. 8 1". 

L895. 

Lewis, Hany 

Report <ni farm crops, eta, in Michigan. Ag. Rpt L851, p. k)9, 



158 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Lewis, James A. 

Cultivation of the mesquit grass in western Virginia. Ag. Kpt. 
185<>. p. 305. 

Lewis, J. W. P. 

Cultivation of the colza. Ag. Bpt. 1845, pp. 400-402. 

Liautard, A. 

Lameness: Its causes and treatment. Spl. Bpt. Dis. Horse, pp, 
269-356, illus. 1890. 

Liebig, Justus. 

On artificial manures. Ag. Bpt. 1845, pp. 1039-1044. 

Liebscher, G. 

The principles and methods of breeding cultivated plants. E. S. 11., 
vol. 7. pp. 347-360. 1895. 

Lii. Doln, John W. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Massachusetts.] Ag. Rpt. 1851. pp. 
162-164. 

Lindsey, J. B. 

The Darmstadt Experiment Station. B. S. K., vol. 7, pp. 3-11, 
illus. 1895. 

Organization — Staff — Revenue — General equipment — "Work of the station — 
Special investigations — objections to held experiments for exact investi- 
gation — Wagner method — Sample problems under investigation. 

Wagner method of pot culture. E. S. It., vol. 7, pp. 77-87. illus. 
1895. 

The feeding value of corn stover. V. 15. 1896, pp. 353-360. 

Composition of corn stover — Digestibility of com stovei — Losses of corn 
stover— Conditions affecting the valne of stover — Care of corn stover— Fer- 
tilizing constituents of corn stover— Conclusions. 

Report on analysis of cattle feeds. Ohem. Bui. No. n». pp. 16-62. 
L897. 

Lindsey, J. B., and E. B. Holland. 

The phloroglucin method for the estimation of pentosans. Ohem. 
Bui. No. 19, p. 53. L897. 

L'-nney, C. E. 

The value of frost predictions, and the besl method of making them 

locally. Mo. W. R., vol. 21, pp. 230, 231. 1893. 

Linaey, Joel. 

Report on the commerce of Ooaticook, Quebec.] For. Nfkts. Bui. 

No. I. pp, II is. L895. 

Animals, cereals, dairy products, meats, ootton, tobacco, fruits, Beeds, 
Liquors. 

Lintner, J. A. 

Ol arsenical spray ing of frail trees while in blossom. I. L.,vol. 6, 
pp. 181 -186, L893. 

The striped cottonwood beetle. Bnt. Bui. No. 2, n. s,, pp. 69-75, 

is: in. 

The elm leaf-beetle in Albany, Ent, Bui. No. 2, a. s., pp. 60-56. 
1896. 

Notes on some of 1 ho inserts of the vear in tlie State Of New Yolk. 

Bnt. Bui. No. 2, n. s., pp. 54-61. 1896, 



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pp. 



Linton, N. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Pennsylvania.] Ag. Rpt. 1852, 
pp. 237-240. 

Lippincott, Augustus. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Pennsylvania.] 
pp. 23G-238. 

Lippincott, James S. 

Climatology of the American grapevines. Ag, Rpt. L86 
194-LOS. ' 

The wine grape in the United States — The origin of the new native varie- 
ties — The "rape isotherms ami grape zones of the Northern states — An 
arrangement of native vines, based upon their adaptation t<> the respective 
zones — Mean distribution of summer rain in tin- Northern State- — Influence 
of the Lakes— Other influences affecting the grape. 

Geography of plants. Ag. Rpt. 1803, pp. 4G4-5i , .~i. 

outline sketch of the i^eouraphy of plants and of the method- proposed foi 
determining the amount of heat required by the vine and the wheat plant ; 
with remarks on the production of new varieties of wheat, and on the 
acclimation of plants and observations on the necessity of a more enlight- 
ened agriculture— On the range of certain annual plants — The tempera- 
ture affecting the \ im — A table illustrating the temperatures required for 
the production of wine of good and excellent quality at certain celebrated 
localities in Europe— The selection of varieties and their adaptation to 
their respective districts — Reasons why European wine grape can not 
succeed in the Eastern United States— The temperatures required by toe 
American grapevine— Genera] rules for determining the fitness of a dis- 
trict in the United states for the growth of certain varieties of vines— 
The production of new varieties of wheat— The range of the wheat plant — 
Remarks on the acclimation of plants — Conclnding remarks on the 
sitv for a more enlightened agriculture in the United States. 

Market products of west New Jersey. Ag. Rpt. L865, pp. 249-295. 

The •• pea— hoie "' region — Statistics of Camden and Burlington conntiei — 
Products of several Camden farms in 1864 — Orchard products— Dairy 
products— Market gardening in New Jersey — Market gardening in Cam- 
den Couni\ — Tomatoes, eggplant, and early peas— Asparagus Earlj 
potatoes— Rhubarb — The sweet potato— Cucumbers — Late cabbage- 
Strawberries, raspberries, and blackberries — Cranberries— The g 
sand mail of New Jersey — The climate of southern New Jersey — fable 
illustrating the comparative mean temperature of suudry places in New 
England, New York, and the West, with those observed in New Jersey, 
during the year 1864 — Summary of meteorological observations made at 
Cole's Landing, near Haddonfield, New Jersey, 18C4. 

Observations <>n atmospheric humidity. Ag. Rpt. L8G5, pp. 520- 

i >n atmospheric dryness as an aid to radiation and preventive of uus< 
able frosts— On the value of scattering belts of forest trees it- pro! 
from drying winds and equalizers of temperature — On horizontal shelter as 
;i protection from the vine mildew — < )u the rot of the grape and the reme- 
dies therefor Genera] remarks on mildew Ozone and the vine mildew. 

The tin i t regions of the northern United States and their local 
climates, kg. Rpt. L806, pp. L37-190. 

Diverse Local climates— Seaboard, interior, and Lake climates compared — 
I he value "i certain peculiarities of water — The N< w England coast, 
Champlain region, and shores "t Long [aland —The small lake . ounl 
New York I In seaboard of New Jersej — the State of Delaware Cue 
vallc\ of tin- Hudson Rivei the vine lands of ' rooked, Seneca, ami Ca- 
yuga lakes Statistics of the fruit crop of Nen York Temperature of Lake 
<>nt.nio rhe fruit distriot on the southern shore of Lak< I 
of 1866 The western shoreofLake Erie— The agencies whioh affect the 
southern shore of lake Brie— The atmospheric moisture o\ Kclley's 
Island Kclley's Island in November, i v -'' rh< fruit district adjacent to 
Lake Michigan. 



160 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Little, Frank. 

Celery culture at Kalamazoo, Michigan. Ag. Rpt. 1880, pp. 343-345. 
Little, Henry. 

Apples [pruning], Ag. Rpt. 1854, p. 283. 

Littlehales, G. W. 

The secular change in the direction of the magnetic needle: Its 
cause and period. W. B. Bnl. No. 2, pt. 1. pp. 174-177. 18D4. 

Locke, C. A. 

[Letter relating to good roads in Tennessee.) Koad Imp Circ. No. 
22, pp. 3. 1896. 

Locke, James. 

Cultivation of the grape. Ag. Rpt. 1845. pp. J 140-942. 
Lockwood, Samuel. 

Account of the invasion [army worm J of 1880 in New Jersey. 3d 
Bpt Ent. ( 5om., pp. 139-147. 1883. 

Lodeman, E. G. 

Pruning and training of grapes. Y. B. 1896, pp. 499-M2, illus. 
Introduction — Methods of training — Renewal. 
Lodge, William C. 

Fruits and fruit trees of the Middle States: Their propagation, 
influence of stocks, diseases, and enemies. Ag. Rpt. L865, pp. 
19!>-207. 

Bndding and grafting — The influence of stock — The apple — Pear — The 

cherry— The peach— The apricot and the nectarine — The grape — The 
insects 1 >is< a 

Wine-making and vine culture in the Middle States. Ag. Rpt 
L8G6, pp. L18-125. 

Picking — Crushing and pressing — Fermentation — Sparkling wines — Nath e 
wines — Bottling and storing — Soil and locality — Pruning. 

Feeding beef cattle in the Middle States. Ag. Rpt. L 867, pp. 212- 
217, illus. 

I trass-feeding beeves — Feeding districts — Quality of pastures— Exposures oz 
inclinations — Sour soils — Most profitable .stock — Winter, or b tall-feeding, 
on grain — Food — Cooking or Bteaming food -Selection of stock. 

Tree planting for profit in the Middle states. Mo. Rpt. L872,pp. 
293 295. 

Loew, Hermann 

Description of the rye gall gnat. 3cl Rpt. Ent. Com., pp. 6-8, app\. 
ii. L883. 

Loggin, E W 

Woolgrowing in Uruguay. Mo. Rpt, L870, p. 136, 

London, H A. 

Address on road improvement.] Road [nq. Bui. No. 10, pp. 21, 22, 
1891. 

Longley, A T 

Report of the Chief of the Seed Division. Ag. Rpt. L889, pp. 1 77— 
184. 
Condensed reports from correspondents. 

Report of the Buperintendenl of the Document and Folding Room. 
A.g. Rpt, L890, pp. 1 1!». 150. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 161 

Longley, A. T. — Continued. 

Report of the Superintendent of the Document and Folding Room. 
Ag. Rpt. 1891, pp. 499-501. 

Report of the Superintendent of the Document and Folding Room. 
Ag. Rpt, 1892, pp. 509-512. 

Long-worth, N. 

On the culture of the grape and the manufacture of wine. Ag. Rpt. 
1847, pp. 462-470. 

Loomis, L. C. 

Food. Ag. Rpt. 1801, pp. 358-369. 

Qualities and changes requisite to health and strength — The temperature of 
the human body — Analysis of food — The changes in food required by the 
change of seasons — Analysis of fruit — Unripe fruits — Decaying food. 

The preservation of food. Ag. Rpt. 1862, pp. 470-491. 

Preservation by the use of salt— Preservation by sugar — Preservation by 
heal — Preservation by creosote —Preservation by exclusion of air— Apples, 
blackberries, batter, cheese, cabbage, corn, cherries, currants, cranberries, 
cider, eggs, flour, fish, grapes, gooseberries, hams, head cheese, huckleber- 
ries, jams, jellies, lard. milk, oysters, pork, pumpkins, pickles, pears, 
peaches, plnms, quinces, strawberries, tomatoes, vinegar, wine. 

Loomis, Silas L. 

The consumption of milk. Ag. Rpt. 1861, pp. 209-220. 

The preservation of milk — Methods of preserving milk — The value of the 
milk crop. 

Distribution and movement of neat cattle in the United States. 
Ag. Rpt. 1863, pp. 248-264. 

Distribution of neat cattle in the year is io — Distribution of cattle in the 
year L850 — Distribution of cattle in the year I860 — Disturbing ca 
Working oxen— Milch cows and other cattle -Cattle in time of war — Cat- 
tle in the loyal States — Cattle in disloyal States. 

Lord, N. W. 

Report on phosphoric acid. Chem. Bui. No. 31, pp. 23-46. L892. 

Loring, George B. 

Report of the Commissioner of Agriculture. A.g. Rpt. L881. pp. 
5-26. 

l>h isionsof Department — Artesian wells— Agriculture of the Pacific slope — 
Examination of wools and animal tibers Grape culture and wine making 
Manufacture ofsngar from sorghum- Tea culture- -Contagious 
domesticated animals— Sugar from beets. 

[Address before the cotton convention held at Atlanta, Georgia, 
November 2j L88I.] Unnnm. rpt., pp. 35. L881, 

Report of the Commissioner of Agriculture. Ag, Rpt, L882, pp. 
<;;: 692. 

Review of the work of the several divisions of the Department Distribo 
Hon of seeds — Diseases «>i domesticated animals Artesian wells Wools 

and lihei B I »e|»:irt Hunt repoi 1 1 

Address on fanning. Unnnm. rpt., pp. 91-97, in "Proceed i 
L882. 

Letter in response to a resolution of the Souse of Representatives 
relative to the growth of cinchona in the United States. EL 

Misc. Doc. Nn. 39, pp. 3, L882. 

Communication relative to the establishment of an "experiment 
station " in the District of Columbia. II. .Misc. Doc No. 30, pp. 6, 
L882, 
21713— No, [ ii 



162 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Loring, George B.— Continued. 

Keport of the Commissioner of Agriculture. Ag. Rpt. 1833, pp. 
3-16. 

1,Y\ Lew of the work of the several divisions of the Department — Investiga- 
tion of sorghum — American butters and their adulterations — Departmental 
reports — Artesian wells — Seed distribution. 

Proceedings of a national convention of cattle breeders and others 
called in Chicago, Illinois, November 15 and 16, 1883, to consider 
the subject of contagious diseases of domestic animals. Unnum. 
rpt., pp. 85. 1883. 

Address before the American Forestry Congress. Misc. Spl. Rpt. 
No. 1, pp. 1-18. 1883. 

Address before the Mississippi Valley Cane Growers' Association, 
St. Louis, Missouri, December 14, 1882. Spl. Rpt. No. 54, pp. 19. 
L883. 

Letter transmitting a statement of certain grains produced in the 
Tinted States during certain periods, and their disposition. S. 
Ex. Doc. No. 37, pp. 12. 1884. 

Address at the convention of cattle breeders at Chicago. Illinois, 
November 13, 1884. Misc. Spl. Rpt. No. 0, pp. 3-19. 1884. 

Report of proceedings of a national convention of cattle breeders 
and others at Chicago, Illinois, November 14, 1884. Unnum. 
rpt., pp. 21. L884. 

Report of the Commissioner of Agriculture. Ag. Rpt. 1884, pp. 
5-18. 

Review of the work of the several divisions of the Department — Depart- 
mental reports— Seed distribution. 

Letter transmitting a list of persons employed and a statement of 
expenditures and means adopted for the suppression of conta- 
gions and infections diseases among domestic animals. B. Ex. 
Doc No. 46, pp.8. 1884. 

Lotsy, J. P. 

A contribution to the investigation of the assimilation of free 
atmospheric nitrogen by white and black mustard. O. E2. S. J Jul. 
No. is, pp. L9,illus. L894. 

Loughridge, R. H. 

Physical tests of soils, o. B. B. Bui. No. 16, pp. L56-162. 181):?. 

Lounsbury, Charles P. 

Nolo on Cape Of Good Hope insects. Ent. Bui. -No. 9, n. s., pp. 

;;i -38, is«>7. 

Lovering, Joseph. 

< )n the nature, causes, and effects of atmospheric electricity. Ag. 
Rpt. L864, pp. 11!». 

Protection against the dangers of Lightning. Ag. Rpt. L855, pp. 
336 356, 

Lucas, Frederic A. 

The tongues of woodpeckers. Relation of the form of the tongue 

to the character of the food. o. and M, Bui, No. 7, pp. ;>r>-44. 
1895, 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 163 

Lucas, Mrs. John. 

Eeport of the Women's Silk Culture Association to the Agricultural 
Department at Washington, D. C, tor the fiscal year ending 
June 30, 1889. H. Ex. Doc. No. 110, pp. 10-10. 1890. 

Report of the Philadelphia Government station, under the direction 
of the Women's Silk Culture Association of the United States, 
for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1890. H. Ex. Doc. No. L'n;;. 
pp. L>2-25. 1891. 

Ludlow, William. 

Report on the drainage of Kingsessing and Tinicum meadow dis- 
trict. Misc. Spl. Rpt. No. 7, pp. 240-241. 1885. 

Lugger, Otto. 

Spilosoma fuliginosa. I. L., vol. 2, pp. 236, 237. 1890. 

Lupton, N. T. 

Report on potash. Chem. Bui. No. 28, pp. 68-71. 1890. 

[Presidential address before the Association of Othcial Agricultural 
Chemists.] Chem. Bui. No. 35, pp. 3-6. 1892. 

Lurman, Gustav W. 

[Good roads.] O. E. S. Bui. No. 14, pp. 18-20. 1893. 

Lyman, Charles P. 

Contagious pleuro pneumonia: Extent of its prevalence. Ag. Rpt. 

1879, pp. 456-472, illus. 

Contagious pleuro-pneumonia. Ag. Rpt. 1880, pp. 571-584, illus. 

Contagious pleuro-pneumonia : Extent of its prevalence. Spl. Rpt, 
No. 22, pp. 163-179, map. 1880. 

Contagious pleuro-pneumonia, or lung plague, of cattle: Where 
and to what extent it exists. S. Misc. Doe. No. 71. pp. 75, illus. 
1880. 

Contagious pleuro-pneumonia. S. Ex. Doe. No. 5, pp. 3-75. pis. (I. 

1 880. 

Contagious pleuro-pneumonia and foot-and-mouth disease. Ag. 
Rpt. L881, pp. 30-42. 

Contagions pleuro-pneumonia. Ag. Rpt, L881, pp. 352-355. 

Contagious pleuro •pneumonia. Spl. Rpt. No. 31, pp. 20, illus. 
L881. 

Contagious pleuropneumonia (second report). Spl. Rpt No. 34, 
pp. L96-267, illus. L881. 

Contagious pleuro pneumonia (third report . Spl. Rpt, NO. 34, pp. 

268-290, illus. issi. 

Lyman, H. L. 

Experiments [on grape diseases] at Charlottesville. Virginia. r»<>t. 
Bui. No. 5,pp. 7-16, L888. 

[Beporl of experiments on diseases of the grapevine at Charlottes- 
ville, Virginia In I8*S8. Bot Bui. No. 10, pp. 20-26. L880, 



164 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Lyman, Joseph B. 

Cotton planting. Ag. Ept. 1866, pp. 103-211. 

Selection of a cotton farm — Stock, laborers, and implements of the cotton 
farm — How cotton should be planted — Cultivation of a cotton crop — 
Enemies of the cotton plant and how to destroy them — Cotton picking — 
Ginning, baling, and marketing— Improved and scientific cultivation of 
cotton — Improvements in cotton seed. 

Lynch, Philip. 

[ Report on farm crops, etc., in California.) Ag. Kpt. 1851, pp. 474- 
476. 

Lyon, T. T. 

Report on the adaptation of Russian and other fruits to the extreme 
northern portions of the United States. Pom. BuL No. 2, pp. 

64. 1888. 

Macadam, Robert K. 

North American agarics. Jour. Mycol., vol. 5, pp. 58-64, 135-141. 
1889. 

Macdonald, Charles F. 

| Report on the commerce of Hamilton, Canada.] For. Mkts. Bui. 
No. 4, pp. 29, 30. 1895. 

Macdonell, Charles F. 

(Report on the commerce of Oollingwood, Ontario.] For. Mkts. 
Bui; No. 4, p. 40. 1895. 

Macgowan, D. J. 

On the tallow tree. Ag. Kpt. 1851, pp. 54-59. 

[Culture of ramie.] Mo. Kpt. 1870, pp. 78-80. 

Macleod, Leslie E. 

The national horse of America. Ag. Rpt. L887, pp. 691-712. 

Macmillan, Conway. 

Note mi ;t Minnesota species of [saria and an attendant Pachy- 
basium. Jour. Mycol., vol. o, pp. 75, 76, L890. 

Macrae, A. S 

Potato Hour, or farina. A.g. Rpt. L875, pp. 390-394. 

Macrae, J. R. 

stock hogs for market. 10th and nth Rpts. B. A. I., pp. L01, L02. 
L896. 

McAdie, Alexander. 

Borne experiments in atmospheric electricity. Mo. W. R., vol. 19, 

p. 171. L891. 

Protection from Lightning. W. B..unnum. circ., pp. 20, illus. 1894. 

Loss of life by Lightning during L894. Rpt. Chief W. B. 1894, pp. 
287, 288. 

Can we by automatic records at three selected stations determine 
the energy of a Hash of lightning 1 vv. R. BuL No. 2, pi. I, pp. 
18-21. L894. 

The ntili/ntion of cloud observations in local and general weather 
predictions. W. B. BuL No. 2, pt, l, pp. 21 25. L894. 

Protection from lightning. W. B, BuL No. L5, pp. 21, illus, L894, 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 165 

McAdie, Alexander — Continued. 

Simultaneous meteorological observations in the United States 
during tbe eighteenth century. W. B. Bui. Xo. 2, pt. 2, pp. 
303-316. 1895. 

Equipment of an aero- physical observatory. Mo. W. K., vol. 24, 
pp. 453, 454. 1896. 

Whirling alto-stratus. Mo. W. R.. vol. 25, pp. 245, 240, illus. 1897. 

Climate as a controlling factor in long-distance transmission of 
electric energy. Mo. W. II., vol. 25, pp. 439, 440, illus. 1897. 

The problem of the kite. Mo. W. R., vol. 25, pp. 246-248. 1897. 

McBride, F. W., and H. A. Huston. 

A modification of Grandeau's method for the determination of 
humus. Chem. Bui. Xo. 38, pp. 84-92. 1893. 

Preliminary investigation relating to the determination of crude 
fiber. Chem. Bui. No. 3<s, pp. 135-142. 1893. 

McBride, Robert J. 

Report on the commerce of Leith, Scotland.] For. Mkts. Bui. 
No. 1, pp. 120-127. L895. 

Animals, cereals, dairy products, meats, cotton, etc., tobacco, traits, liquors, 
seeds. 

McBryde, J. M. 

Fertilizers for cotton. F. B. No. 14, pp. 32. 1894. 

McBryde, J. B., and W. H. Beal. 

Chemistry of cotton. O. E. S. BuL No. '.i. pp. 81-142. 1896. 

McCall, Charles. 

Report on the commerce of Saull Ste. Marie, Ontario. I For, .Mkts. 

Bui. No. 1, pp. 11. li'. L895. 

McCann, D. J. 

Sheep husbandry in Nebraska. A.g, Kpt. L864, pp. 193-195, illus. 
Climate, toil, breeds of theep. 

McCarthy, J. H 

Recent publications on meteorology. Mo. \\ . B., \<>1. 24, pp. 1X2, 
11.;. L53, L98, VMK 1896, 

McCay, C. F. 

The cotton trade. A.g. Bpt L862, pp. 139-448. 

McChesney, J. H. 

Report on agricultural education in Europe. A.g. Kpt. 1868, pp. 
127-157. 

The royal agricultural college at Ciren Phe university of Edin 

burgfa igi [cultural toeietiee — Royal agricultural toolety Private work 
en lip agricultural institution- of Germany— The royal inatitate or 
academy ofagrionlture a< Poppelsdorf Agricultural school a1 I'lagwit . 
near Lefp iu Agricultural course in the University of Leipzig Hohenheim 
academy High school, or academy of agriculture, al Tetscben Liebwerd, 
Bohemia Royal Bavarian distriot school al Licbtenbof Wehientttephan 
royal Bavarian oentral tehool Agricultural chemical experimental 
ttations. 

McChesney, J. W 

The esparto grass. Ho. Rpt. IrtflO, pp. 234, 235. 



166 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

McCready, Daniel. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Iowa.] Ag. Rpt. 1848, pp. 553-556. 

Meteorological observations near Fort Madison, Iowa, for the yaar 
ending November 30, 1850. Ag. Rpt. 1850, p. 357. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Iowa.] Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp. -455-457. 

Abstract of meteorological observations near Fort Madison, Iowa. 
Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp. 608, 009. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Iowa.] Ag. Rpt. 1852, pp. 335-338. 

McDonald, Alexander. 

Preparing fine cottons for market. Ag. Rpt. 1845, pp. 709-771. 

McDonald, Archibald J. 

[Report on the commerce of Georgetown, Prince Edward Island.] 
For. Mkts. Bnl. No. 4, p. 05. 1895. 

McDonald, John. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in New York.] Ag. Kpt. 1861, pp.067, 

008. 

McDonnell, H. B. 

Report on phosphoric acid. Ohem. Bnl. Xo. 49, pp. 00-07. 1897. 

McDowell, Silas. 

Belt of no frost, or thermal belt. A.g. Rpt. 1861, pp. 146-147. 
McElroy, K. P., and W. D. Bigelow. 

Report of investigations and analyses of canned vegetables. Chem. 
Bnl. No. 13, pt. 8, pp. 102J-1107'. 1893. 

McFadden, H. W. 

The dry bed of a dead sea. S. Ex. Doc. No. 53, pp. 48-50. 1891. 

McFarland, Samuel. 

Sheep husbandry— Wool depots. Ag. Rpt. 1849, pp. 356-358. 

The prevailing race of sheep— The condition of this branch of industry — The 
average weight of fleece of the different races — Cost of keeping shoop 
through the year-— System of Belling— Wool depots. 

McGee, John J. 

Canadian restrictions on American cattle. 1st Kpt. B. A. I., pp. 
155,456. 1885. 

McGehee, John M. 

Review of Special Report No. L2. Bpl. Rpt No. 22, pp. 89-94. 

1880. 

Swine plague in Florida. Bpl. Rpt. No. 22, pp. 94-97. lsso. 

McGowen, Alexander Orr. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Wisconsin.] Ag. Rpt L852, pp.328, 
329. 

MoGrew, James. 

Cultivation of the osage orange for hedges. A^. Rpt. L854, pp. 

lis l 50, 

M< H. union, Josoph 

Management of ;i cocoonery. A.g. Kpt. L847, pp. 452-454. 

McKcown, B W. 

A method of determining butter fat in milk or cream by difference. 
Ohem. Bnl. No. I3,p. L94, 1894. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 167 

McKinney, H. G. 

Notes on the experience of other countries in the administration of 
their water supply. S. Ex. Doc-. No. 03. pp. 201-267. 1891. 

McLain, Nelson W. 

Report on experiments in apiculture. Ag. Rpt. 1885, pp. 333-343. 

Report on experiments in apiculture. Ag. Rpt. 1880, pp. 583-^591. 
Report on experiments in apiculture. Ag. Rpt. 1887. pp. 170-178. 
Apicultural experiments. Ent. Bui. No. 13, pp. 06-75. 1887. 
McLain, Thomas J. 

The sisal hemp industry in the Bahamas. Fiber Rpt. No. 3, pp. 
52-55. 1891. 

McLean, L. 

Outbreak of anthrax in Xew Mexico. Spl. Rpt. Xo. 34. pp. 31 7-319. 
1881. 

Nonexistence of foot-and-mouth disease in the West. Spl. Kpt. 
No. 34, pp. 319, 320. 1881. 

McMahon, B. 

The American gardener's calendar. Ag. Rpt. 1800, pp. 105-106. 

McMurtrie, William. 

Chemical memoranda. Mo. Rpt. 1873, pp. 31-33. 

.Mineral fertilizer — The mesquite — Use of sulphurous acid in manufacture 
of alcohol — Sulphurous oxide on vegetation — Indigo carmine in BOgai 
manufacture — Liquid glue— Lauras a febrifuge — Eucalyptus globulus. 

Chemical memoranda. Mo. Rpt. 1873, pp. 113-115. 

Analysis of corn — Meet root — Reduced or reverted phosphates — Presen a- 
kires— Artificial milk — (V inline. 

Chemical memoranda. Mo. Rpt. 1873, pp. 107-171. 

Proximate analysis — Sugar beets — Lunar li^lit upon vegetation — New col- 
oring matter — Phi/octone — Lacquer — Freezing of plants. 

Chemical memoranda. Mo. Rpt. 1873, pp. 240-246. 

Analysis of wines — Maria — Hues — Fertilizers — Sugar — dgatieu* fa /<•/*> — 
Tobacco— Growth of trees — Tanning mixturi — Effeol of manures upon cin- 
chonas I leai ins of wines— But -nh/jit us globului — A new cement— Sugars of 

the third I ryst alli/ation. 

Chemical notes. .Mo. Kpt. 1 s7;J. pp. 351-354. 

Nitrogenous wastes \ new opi urn - Act ion of coffee — Cleaning vrool Puri- 
fication of augar bj osmosis -Canae of intermittent fevers Coal ashes 

Animal farina (new food for beasts) — Alcohol in bread. 

Chemical memoranda. Mo. Kpt. 1873, ]>j>. 499-503. 

Qreenaand marl Opium from N^rt b Carolina — Flesh meal— Diaeaaeof beach 
trees Atmospheric nitrogen in vegetation. 

Report of the Chemist. Ag. Rpt. 1873, pp. 170 L83. 

Fertilizers Analysis of wines I tpium from North Carolins Boil anal] ■ 
Proximate analysis of cereals Tannic aeicL Its determination, and fche 
percentage found in some s Is «>i the Bouthwi 

Report of the chemist. A,g. Rpt. 1874, |>|». 117 L55. 
Southern fodder planta. 



Chemical memoranda. M<>. Rpt, L874, pp. 16 



so 



Soil analysis Exhalation <>i moisture bj plants Ammonia and nitrio acid 
their relet i\ »■ \ alue in agri< nit 



urc 



108 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

McMurtrie, William — Continued. 

Chemical memoranda. Mo. Rpt 1S74, pp. 148-151. 

Methods of determining tannic acid — Experiments with beets — Extraction 
of crystallizable Bogar from molasses— Strange growth of potatoes. 

Chemical memoranda. Mo. Rpt. 1874, pp. 222-226. 

Analysis of hominy — Passage of matter in plants— Liberation of ozone by 
plants — Sausages colored with fuchsin — Chemical properties of aredo — 
Tannic acid as a wood preservative. 

Chemical memoranda. Mo. Rpt. 1S74, pp. 370-370. 

Castor plant— Artiti ial production of indigo— Use of paris green— Sugar 
contained in vine leaves — A soluble modification of starch — Production of 
ozone by oxidation of volatile hydrocarbons. 

Chemical memoranda. Mo. Rpt. 1874, pp. 431-438. 

Curious deposit of phosphatic material — Influence of forests upon rainfall — 
Peterson's method of meadow culture — Quantity of water consumed in 
growth of wheat. 

Chemical memoranda. Mo. Rpt. 1874, pp. 507-512. 

Paris green: Its use in agriculture — Aluminum in plants— Sulphoeyanie 
acid poisonous to plants — What is an ameliorating Culture ' 

Report of the Chemist. Ag. Rpt. 187."), pp. 141-151, illus. 

Chemical memoranda. Mo. Rpt. 1875, pp. 123-1U7. 

Analysis of limestone— Analysis of Gallega officinalis. 
Sugar corn | analysis]. Mo. Rpt. 1875, pp. 176, 177. 

Chemical memoranda. Mo. Rpt. 1875, pp. 231-234, illus. 

Transmission of paris green to the soil— Hastening germination. 

( Shemical memoranda. Mo. Rpt.J.875, pp. 310-313, illus. 

• The influence of illuminating gas upon the aerial portions of plants— Liber- 

ation of carbonic acid by respiration and perspiration of various animals 
under different conditions— Chemical relation of the alkalies contained in 
ashes of plants. 

Chemical memoranda. Mo. Rpt. 1875, pp. 580-585. 

Bat excrement—] titaine (new substitute for quinine)— Digestibility of phos- 
phoric acid and lime by animals — Manganese in heeon leaves Effecl of 
street gas upon vegetation— Freezing wines — Nitrification of soils — Res- 
piration by submerged aquatic vegetation — Eucalyptus globulus. 

Chemical memoranda. M<>. Rpt. L876, pp. .">'.> r>. 

American opium— "Poisoned "soils of Texas— Fixation of atmospheric nitro- 
gen in the soil Phosphoric acid as an indicator of i lie fertility of soils — 
nitrogen and ammonia in beets Irrigation. 

Chemical memoranda. Mo. Rpt. 1876, pp. 192 195, 

Bat guano — [nflnenoe of Lime suits in plant grovi th. 

Chemical memoranda. M<>. Rpt. i*7<">, pp. 158, 159. 

Kit guano — American tanning materials American wines — Fixation of 
nit rogen by t he in tine i ice of atmospheric electricity— New fever cure | ( '/•<» 
ton adenaster) Formation of carbohydrates in plants Alcohol in plants 
Qermination of seeds in nitrons oxide Influence of plant secretions upon 
putrefaction [nflnenoe of boracio and and borates upon vegetation. 

Report of the Chemist. Ag. Rpt. L876, pp. 46-61. 

Bal jump- found in oavei in the Southern States American tanning mate- 
rials American wines Mesembrj/anthenium orystallinum Suasdo. oalifor- 
incii Gtreensand marl. 

Report of the Chemist a.-. Rpt l s 7 7 , pp. 65-89. 

Investigation to determine the presence or absence of the bo called peptone- 
forming teiiiieiii in roots American nn mac <>n the conditions in nature 
which ma\ [nflnenoe <»i bend t<> the production <>t mildew ami rot. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 169 

McMurtrie, William— Continued. 

Beport on the culture of sumac in Sicily and its preparation for 
market in Europe and the United States. Spl. Rpt. No. 26, pp. 
32, illus. 1880. 

Report on the culture of the sugar beet and the manufacture of 
sugar therefrom in France and the United States. Spl. Rpt. No. 
28, pp. 294, illus. 1880. 

Report upon statistics of grape culture and wine production in the 
United States for 1880. Spl. Rpt. No. 3G, pp. 39. 1881. 

On the mineral nutrition of the vine for the production of wine. 
Unnum. rpt., pp. 180-187, in " Proceedings." 1882. 

Report on the examination of raw silks. Ent. Bui. No. 3, pp. 5G- 
72, illus. 1883. 

I description of the material — Object of the examination — Preparation of the 
material for examination — Measurements oi' fineness — Measurements <>f 

Strength and stretch. 

Beport upon an examination of wools and other animal libers. 
I'mmm. rpt., pp. 013, illus. 188G. 

McNaill, D. W. 

Experiments in wheat culture. Ag. Rpt. 1815, pp. 430-4.12. 
McNamee, James. 

[Good roads.] O. E. S. Bui. No. 14, pp. 70-82. 1893. 

McNeely, J. F. M. 

Condition of the livestock industry of Colorado and Wyoming. 
6th and 7th Rpts. P>. A. 1.. pp. L25-440. 181)1. 

McNeill, Archibald. • 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Texas.] Ag. Rpt. 1861, pp. 360, 361. 

McNutt, J. N. 

Investigation of swine plague. Spl. Rpt. No. 12, pp. 173-176. 1879. 

McPherson, James. 

Tea cull ivat ion and manipulation. Mo. Rpt. 1873, pp. L36-440, illus. 

('Innate Baited to tin- tea plant- Soils — Propagation i».\ Beads and cutting — 
Preparation of the Boil— Planting— Picking of the crop— Black teaa 
Green U m Rolling. 

McPherson, William, and H. A. Weber. 

On t lie determination of cane sugar in the presence of commercial 
glucose. Ohem. Bui. N<>. i"», pp. L26-135. L894. 

McVean, David. 

Beporl oo faun crops, etc, in New JTork. A.g. Rpt. L860, pp. 

168 I7.». 

McWhhter, A. J. 

Agricultural and Industrial education. Misc. spl. Rpt, No. 9, pp. 
L05 107. L885, 

Maerker, M. 

The aims ;iik1 tendencies of the German agricultural experiment 

stations. B, B. II.. v«.l. «.». pp, io.; n.;, 207 218. L897, 

Magnire, Edward. 

Forestry of the Western States and Territories, A.g. Rpt L878, 
pp. 515-550. 



170 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Mahoney, John J. 

Remarks on cotton in Algiers. Ag. Bpt. 1856, pp. 260-262. 

Mally, C. W., and F. M. Webster. 

Insects of the year in Ohio. Ent. Bui. No. 9 7 n. s., pp. 40-45. 1897. 

Mally, Frederick W. 

Another strawberry sawfly (Monostegia ignota). I. L., vol. 2, pp. 

137-140. 1889. 

Monostegia ignota. I. L., vol. 3, pp. 9-12. 1890. 

The bollworm of cotton. A report of progress in a supplementary 

investigation of this insect. Ent. Bui. No. 24, pp. 50, illus. 1891. 

Destrnctivenoss — Food plants other than cotton — Characters and transfor- 
mation — Nnmbei of broods and hibernation — Natural enemies — Insect 
ravages easily mistaken for those of the bollworm — Remedies — Meteor- 
ological considerations — Insect diseases. 

Report of progress in the investigation of the cotton bollworm. Ent. 
Bui. No. 26, pp. 45-56. 1892. 

( ieographical distribution and destrnctiveness — Food plants— Characters and 
transformations — Number of broods and hibernation- -Natural enemies — 
Insect ravages easily mistaken tor those of the bollworm— Remedies — 
Plowing — Corn — Cowpeas — Poisoned sweets — Pyrethrnm — Lights— Inseet 

diseases. 

Report on the bollworm of cotton (Heliothis armiger). Ent. Bui. 
No. 29, pp. 73, illus. 1893. 

Mallory, C. F. 

| Report on farm crops, etc., in Michigan.] Ag. Rpt. 1852, pp. 266, 
267. 

Manderson, Charles F. 

| Address before National League for Good Roads.] (). E. B. Bui. 
No. 14, pp. 11-13. 1893. 

Maring, D. T. 

An improved sunshine recorder. Mo. W. R., vol. 25, pp. 485-490, 
illus. L897. 

Mark, John A. 

Production of Muscatel raisins in Malaga. Mo. Bpt. 1875, pp. 
319-521. 

Marlatt, C. L. 

Report of a trip to investigate buffalo gnats. I. L.. vol. 2, pp. 7-11. 
I S89. 

A report on the lesser migratory locust. I. L., vol.2, pp. 66-70. 
1889. 

The Xant Ilium Trypeta | Trypeta cequatus). 1. L„ vol. .'*, pp. 312, 
313, illus. 1891. 

Mortality among flies in the District. I. L., vol. i, pp. 152, 15:?. 
1891. 

A new sweet potato sawllv (SchizoceruS )>riratiis). 1. L.. vol. 5, 
I » I ». 21-27, illus. L892. 

The buffalo tree hopper (Ccrcsa hubalus). I. L., vol. 7, pp. S-l 4, 
illus. 1894. 

Notes od insecticides. I. L., vol. 7, pp. L15-126. L894. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 171 

Marlatt, C. L. — Continued. 

The pear tree psylla in Maryland. I. L., vol. 7, pp. 175-185. 1894. 

The psylla in the orchard of Capt. Robt. S. Emory — The psylla in the orchard 
of C. C. Brown — Future outlook — Life history — Natural enemies — Lite his- 
tory of the lacewing fly — Experiments with remedies— Remedial treatment 
advised. 

The hibernation of the chinch bug. I. L., vol. 7. pp. 232-234. 1894. 

The codling moth double-brooded. I. L., vol. 7, pp. 248-251. L894. 

The currant-stem girdler [PhylUecus [Janus] flaviventris). I. L., vol. 
6, pp. 296-301, illus. 1894. 

The Western cricket in Utah in the forties. I. L., vol. 7. p. 275. 
1894. 

Important insecticides: Direction for their preparation and use. 

T. B. No. 19, pp. 23. 1894. 

The principal insect enemies of the grape. Y. B. 1895. pp. 385-404, 

illus. 

The grapevine Phylloxera — The grapevine fidia — The grape cane-borer — 

The grapevine tlta-lteeth — The rose-chafer — The grape Leaf-folder — The 
grape leaf-hopper — The grape-berry moth. 

Experiments with winter washes against the San Jose scale, sea- 
son of 1894-95. I. L., vol. 7, pp. 305-374. 1895. 

The currant-stem girdler {Phyllcecus flavivi ntris). 1. L., vol. 7, pp. 

387-390. illus. 1895. 

Notes on paris green. I. L., vol. 7, pp. 408-411. 1895. 
How diptera feed. 1. L., vol. 7, pp. 427, 428. 1895. 

The pear-tree psylla {Psylla pyricola). Bnt.Circ. No. 7, 2d s.,pp. 8, 

illus. 1S95. 

The imported elm leaf-beetle [Oalerueella luteola . EntOirc. No. B, 

2d s.. pp. 4, illus. 1895. 

Tin- Hessian fly Gecidomyia destructor). Ent. Giro. No. 12, 2d s., 
pp, 4. L895. 

Insect control in California. Y. B. L896, pp. 217-236, illus. 

General remarks- Cultural and climatic conditions— 8ystem of inspeetioii 

wild « 1 1 1 :i i: 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 i i i l^ Tlie woi>t scale inseots of California— The imported 
parasitic and predaoeous enemies of scale Lnseeta Control <>t inseots by 
t lie use of \\ ashes and by fumigation Insecticide machinery Conolnsion. 

Notes mi insecticide's. Ent. Bnl. No. 2. D. 8., pp. 19-2(1. L896. 

The elm leaf-beetle in Washington, District <>f Columbia. Bnt. 

Bui. NO. 2. ii. B., pp. 17 50. 1896, 

species Insects injurious to wall paper, books, timbers, etc Bnt. 

BuL No. 2, ii. s.. pp. 7o 83, illus. L896. 

Revision of the Nematinse of North America, a Bubfamilj of the 
leaf-feeding Bymenoptera of the family Tenthredinidw. But 
Bui. N<>. 3, t. s., pp. L36, illus. L896. 

The bedbug and cone nose. Bnt. Bui. No. i, n. el, pp. 32 12, illus. 
L896. 

Cockroaches and house ants. Bnt. I >iil. No. I., n. s., pp, s I 99, illus. 
lS9(i. 



172 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Marlatt, C. L. — Continued. 

Comparative tests with new and old arsenicals on foliage and with 
larva'. Ent. Bui. No. <>, n. s.. pp. 30-35. 1S9G. 

The peach tree borer (Sannina exitiosa). Ent. Circ. No. 17, 2d s., 
pp. 4, illus. 18UG. 

Insecticide soaps. Ent, Bui. No. 6, n. s., pp. 38-41. 1896. 

Notes on insecticides. Ent. Bui. No. 9, n. s., pp. 54—63. 1897. 

Soaps as insecticides — Resin washes or compounds — Pure kerosene — Use of 
kerosene emulsion in California — Lime, salt, and sulphur wash— Hydro- 
cyanic acid gas — Steam and superheated water — Arsenicals and lime. 

The clover mite (Bryobia pratensis). Ent. Circ. No. 19, 2d b., pp. 4, 

illus. 1897. 

The woolly aphis of the apple (Schizoneura lanigera). Ent. Circ. 
No. 20, 2d B., pp. 6, illus. 1897. 

The buffalo tree hopper [Geresa bubal us). Ent, Circ. No. 23, 2d s., 
pp. 4, illus. 1897. 

The ox warble (Hypoderma lineata). Ent. Circ. No. 25, 2d s., pp. 
10, illus. 1897. 

The pear slug (Eriocampoides limacina). Ent. Giro. Mo. 26, 2d 8., 

pp. 7, illus. 1897. 

Marlatt, C. L., and L. O. Howard. 

The San Jose scale: Its occurrence in the United States, with a 
lull account of its lite history and the remedies to be used against 
it. Ent. Bui. No. 3, n. 8., pp. 80. illus. 1896. 

House tlies, centipedes, and other insects that are annoying rather 
than directly injurious. Ent. Bui. No. 4, n. s., pp. 43-57, illus. 
1896. 

Species insects] injurious to woolen goods, clothing, carpets, 
upholstery, etc Ent. Bui. No. 1, u. s.. pp. 58-69, illus! L896. 

Marlatt, C. L., and C. V. Riley. 

The clover mite (Bryobia pratensis). L L., vol. 3, pp. 15-52, illus. 
1890. 

Wheat and grass sawllies. I. L., vol. 4, pp. 168- 1 79. illus. L891. 
Man, P V 

[Repoii «>n farm crops, etc.. in Tennessee,] Ag. Bpt. 1851, pp. 
356,366. 

Marsh, George P. 

irrigation: Its evils, the remedies, and the compensations. Ag. 
Bpt L874, pp. 362 381. 
sneral considerations Moral and ><><ial effects of Irrigation — Sanitary 
effects •»!' irrigation Duties <>i government on ilii> subject Artificial 
methods of obtaining wratei Improving land ami raising its Burfaoe by 
flooding. 

M.u shall, A. 

Report on farm crops, etc, in Pennsylvania,] Ag. Kpt. 1850, pp. 
206-208. 

Marshall, L. T. 

Hop culture. A.g. Bpt. L861, pp. 289 293. 

The hop doty- Nen hops Cultivation, planting, picking, drying, pressing. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 173 

Marshall, O. F. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Few York.] Ag. Rpt. 1850, pp. 
. 406-408. 

Marston, John M. 

Culture and preparation of sumach. Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp. 60, 61. 
Marten, John. 

Report on the Rocky Mountain locust in 1880. 3d Rpt. Ent. Com., 
pp. 50-54, appx. vi. 1883. 

New notes on the life history of the Hessian fly. I. L., vol.3, pp. 
265,266. 1891. 

Martin, E. B. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in ( Georgia.] Ag. Rpt. 1848, pp. 502, 503. 
Martin, George A. 

The Chicago horse show of 181)0. 6th and 7th Rpts. B. A. I., pp. 
349-360. 1891. 

Martin, Samuel D. 

[Report on farm crops, etc.. in Kentucky.] Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp. 
358-361. 

| Report on farm crops, etc., in Kentucky.] Ag. Rpt. 1852, pp. 
313, 314. 

Marvin, C. F. 

Description of instruments [of the Weather Bureau]. Rpt. Chief 
\V. B., 1891-92, pp. 19-36, illns. 

Description of instruments [of the Weather Bureau]. Rpt. Chief 
W. B., 1893, pp. 17-19. illns. 

Description of instruments [of the Weather Bureau]. Rpt. Chief 
W. B., 1894, pp. 11, 15. 

Barometers and the measurement of atmospheric pressure, etc., 

W. B. Circ. F, pp. 71, illns. 1S94. 

The Marvin seismograph. Mo. W. K., vol. 23, pp. 250-2 52, illns. 

1895. 

Report upon the earthquake of October 31, l*!>:>. Mo. \Y. EL, voL 

i':;, pp. :571-:;79. illns. L895. 

A Weather Bureau kite. Mo. W. K.. ™1. 23, pp. 418-420. 1805. 

Description of instruments [of the Weather Bureau], Rpt. Chief 
W. B., L805 96, pp. 8, 9. 

Cloud obse vationa and improved nephoscope. M<>. W. K.. vol.24, 
pp.9-13,157 L66,199 206,238 255,illus. \^>. 

Kite experiments ;it tlir Weather Bureau. M<>. W, L\. vol. 24, pp. 

11.; L23,illus. L896. 

Radiation thermometers. W. B.Oirc. II. pp. L0. L894.(t) 

Anemometry. W, B. Circ. 1>. pp. M), illns. 

A oiroalai of genera] information respecting t h<- theorj and operation "i 

typical inst i 'omenta for indicating, measuring, and automatically n 

in^ wind nm\ cm. nt ami direct mil. 
Maivin, C. F., and M. Whitney 

[nstructions for the ase of maximum and minimum soil thermom- 
eters. W. r>. Circ. ( ■. pp. 8. 



174 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Marvin, Paul, J. H. Kastle, and J. C. Calvert. 

On the action of oxalic acid upon phosphates, silicates, and soil. 
Chem. Bui. No. 43, pp. 53-58. 1894. 

Marx, George. 

Report of the Chief of the Division of Illustrations. Ag. Rpt. 1890, 
pp. 435-436. 

Report of the Chief of the Division of Illustrations. Ag. Rpt. 1891, 

pp. 485-487. 

Report of the Chief of the Division of Illustrations. Ag. Rpt. 1892, 
pp. 495,490. 

Report of the Chief of the Division of Illustrations. Ag. Rpt. 1893, 
pp. 393-394. 

Mason, Charles. 

Experiments with seeds. Ag. Rpt. 1854, pp. v-ix. 

Report of the Commissioner of Patents [agricultural]. Ag. Rpt. 
1855, pp. i-ix. 

[Letter transmitting agricultural report for 185(>.] Ag. Rpt. 1856, 
pp. iii-xvi. 

Letter in obedience to the act of August 18, 1856, respecting the 
purchase of seeds by Department. 8. Ex. Doc. No. 61, pp. 10. 
1856. 

Mason, Frank H. 

[Report on the commerce of Frankfort-on-the-Main, Germany.] 
For. Mkts. Bui. No. 2, pp. 34-42, maps. 1895. 

Domestic animals, cereals, dairy products, meats, cotton, tobacco, fruits, 
wines and liquors, seeds, remarks. 

Practical science in Germany. Mo. W. B., vol. 25, pp. 354-350. 
1897. 

Massee, George. 

Mycological notes. lour. Mycol., vol. 5, pp. 184-188, illus. L889, 
Mycological notes. Jour. Mycol., vol. 6, pp. 178-184, illns. 1891. 

Massenburg, James D. 

[Beperl on farm crops, etc., in Virginia.] Ag. Kpt. 1847, pp. 379- 

381. 
[Report on farm crops, etc, in Virginia.] Ag. Rpt. 1848, pp. 177, 

178. 
[Report on farm crops, etc., in Virginia.] Ag. Rpt. 1861, pp. 307, 

308. 

Massey, W. F. 

Manual labor in agricultural colleges. O. B. B. Bui No. 7, pp. 
L06 LOS. L892. 

M.i.ssie, Thomas E. 

[Report Oil (arm crops, etc., in New Mexico.) Ag. Rpt. 1852, pp. 
345-352. 

Matas, Rudolph. 

A man-infesting bot, [. L., vol. 1, pp. 76-80, illns. L888. 

'• Extracted from ;i papei ' Report of the ease <>r :• j>;iti<'ni from vrhoee sub- 
cutaneous tisane three i;u\;i of a Bpeoiea <>t" Dermatobia vrere remoyedj 
w it li remarks.' '" 






INDEX TO AUTHORS. 175 

Mattes, John, jr. 

Germany as an importer of American agricultural products. Rpt. 
Stat. 1894, pp. 33-39. 

Maurice, B. 

What an agricultural college ought to be. Misc. Spl. Rpt. No. 9, 
pp. 108-112. 1885. 

Maxwell, Walter. 

On the methods of estimation of the fatty bodies in vegetable 
organisms. Chem. Bui. No. 28, pp. 94-9(3. 1890. 

Notes on the sugar beet culture in France and Germany. Chem. 

Bui. No. 30, pp. 81-93. 1891. 
Sugar beet experiments at Schuvler, Nebraska, in 1889. Chem. 

Bui. No. 33, pp. 118-151. 1892. 

May, D. W., H. B. Gibson, and S. Calvert. 

Dietary studies at the University of Missouri in 1895, and data 
relating to bread and meat consumption in Missouri. O. E. S. 
Bui. No. 31, pp. 20. 1896. 

May, William R. 

Statistics, etc., concerning farm crops in Wisconsin. Ag. Rpt. 1847, 
pp. 395-397. 

Maynard, S. T. 

Treatment of mildews upon plants under glass. Jour. Mycol., vol. 
6, pp. 1G-18. 1890. 

Maynard, William J. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Michigan.] Ag. Rpt. 1852, pp. 280, 

281. 

Maynard, William S. 

| Report on farm crops, etc., in Michigan.) Ag. Bpt. L850, pp. 330, 
331. 

Mays, Richard J. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Florida.] Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp. 325 
327. 

Meager, Leonard. 

"The compleat English gardner." Ag. Rpt 1866, pp. 98, 99. 

Means, Thomas H., and Milton Whitney. 

An electrical method for determining the soluble salt content of 

soils, with some results of investigations on the effect of water 
and soluble salts on the electrical resistance of soils. Soils Bui. 
No. 8, pp. 30, illus. L897. 

Meek, Charles B. 

[Report on farm OTODS, etc., in New York. Ag. Rpt. I860, pp. 208 
210. 



Meeker, Claude. 

[Report on the commerce of Bradford, England. For, Rfkts. Bui. 
No. 1. pp. 49-38. 1895. 

Live .stock Cereals Glnoose Btaroh — American oorn, or mal «• Dairy 
products, cheese, etc. Fresh meati Hams, bacon, snd lard Canned 
meats K.iw cotton Cotton-seed <»ii and cake robacoo Fresh fruits 
Canned frnite •Wince; and liquors Cider American uine Seeds 
Bnggesl Ions. 



176 U. B. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Meeker, N. C. 

Colonization. Ag. Rpt. 1870, pp. 569-572. 

Meinert, Fr. 

Lucilia nobilis parasitic on man. I. L., vol. 5, pp. • ><>, M. 1892. 
Melber, F. 

[Address on road imi movement. J Road [nq. Bui. No. 10, pp. 58-01, 
illns. 1894. 

Mell, P. H. 

Report on the climatology of the cotton plant. W. B. Bui. No. 8, 
pp. 08, illus. 1893. 

Mercer, A. S. 

The cattle industry of California. 3d Rpt. B. A. I., pp. 239-253. 

18S7. 

Destruction of California cattle by various diseases. 4th and 5th 
Rpts. B. A. I., pp. 452, L53. 1889. 

Merriam, C. Hart. 

Report of the Ornithologist and Mammalogist. Ag. Rpt. L886, 
pp. 227-258. 

Importance of the subject — The Pennsylvania "scalp act" of 1885— Progress 
of tin- work — List »>!' circulars— The English sparrow : introduction or the 
English sparrow; rate of increase of the sparrow; method of diffusion ot 
the sparrow; rate of spread of the sparrow, and extent of area occupied 
at the close of the year lx^ti; the sparrow an enemy of our native birds; 
the sparrow an enemy to the gardener and fruit grower; the sparrow an 
enemy to grape cult are ; the sparrow an enemy to the grain-grower; elfeet 
on architecture and defilement of buildings; failure of the sparrow as an 
insect destroyer; English Bparrowa cause an increase in the nnmher of 
caterpillars; recommendations for legislation; recommendations to the 
people; the sparrow as an article of food — Ravages of rice birds The 
distribution and migration of birds — Effects of mammals upon agricul- 
ture — Babbits — The importation of exotic species should be governed by 

law. 

Reporl of the Ornithologist and Maminalogist. Ag. Rpt. L887, pp. 
30!)- 156. 

statement of work done — Special reports— Food of hawks and owls— Experi- 
ments in poisoning Poisons used in experiments— Poisons recommended 
General suggestions— Precautions — Synopsis of experiments -Report on 
Home of the results of a trip through parts of Minnesota and Dakota 
Blackbirds Mammals -Description of Localities visited bj Vernon Bailey 
during the summer of L887- Blackbirds Gophers. 

Report of the Ornithologist and Mammalogist. Ag. Bpt. 1888, pp. 
177 536, illus. 

Seope of the work — Methods of inquiry- Statemenl of work done in isss — 
Cincinnati exposition The geographical distribution of species Special 
reports Introduced pheasants Pacific Coast region The mink (Lutreola 
viion) The Bparrow hawk (Falco tparveriut)- The short eared owl (Ario 
aocipitrinus) The food of crows Distribution of the crow Injur j to 
Indian corn, wheat, and other oereals Injury to other cereals than oorn 
Damage to other crops Other vegetable food of the crovi The distribu- 
tion of noxions seeds Ike trow as a destroyer of the eggs and young of 
poult iy .nid wild birds Destruction of the eggs and young of poult r\ 
Destruction of eggs and young of wild birds [nseol food of the crow — The 
crow ;ih an enemy to grasshoppers Do orows eat potato beetles f — The 
insect food of the oro* as revealed by examination of stomaohs — Tho 
< row as an i nemj t<> field mice and other small quadrupeds Miscellaneous 
an i in: 1 1 food of t he now The crow as a scavenger Food of the fish orow 
Si ary of e\ idenoe from all sources Results In detail of the examina- 
tion of the stomach of the common orow (Corvut amerioanus) Result in 

detail of the e \.i mi ua I ion of the stomach of I he lish crow (COTVUS ossi- 

frafui The rose-breasted grosbeak Uabia ludoviciana)— An enemj of tho 
( lolorado beet \e. pi pot ato hug. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 177 

Merriam, C. Hart— Continued. 

lveport of the Ornithologist and Mammalogist. Ag. Rpt. 1880, pp. 
:3(J3-37(>, ill us. 

Section of geographic distribution— Character and object of the inquiry — 
Restrictions imposed by Congress — Urgent recommendations — Work of the 
year — Bird migration — Identification of specimens — .Section of economic 

relations — Gopher investigation — The English sparrow bulletin— Hawk 
and owl bulletin — The crow — The crow blackbird— Potato-bag birds— Seed 
collection — Collection of bird stomachs— Marsh hawk (Circus kudsonitu) — 

Common screech owl (Megascops asio) — Frammnlated screech owl {M(<ja- 
§oops flammeolus). 

Revision of the North American pocket mice. N. A. Fauna No. 1, 
pp. 36, illus. 188<>. 

Descriptions of two new species and one new subspecies of grass 
hopper mouse, with a diagnosis of the genns Onychomys, ami a 

synopsis of the species and subspecies. N. A. Fauna No. 2, 
pp. 1-5. 188!). 

Description of a new marmot from the Flack Hills of Dakota. 
N. A. Fauna No. 2, pp. 7-9. L889. 

Description of a new Bpecies of pi ka (Lagomys schisticeps) from the 

Siena Nevada .Mountains in California. N. A. Fauna No. 2, 
pp. 11-13. 1889. 

Description of a new spermophile from southern California. N. A. 
Fauna No. i% pp. 15, 16. 1889. 

Description of a new spermophile from northwestern Arizona. N. 
A. Fauna No. 2, ]>. 17. 1889. 

Description of a new species of ground squirrel from the arid lands 
of the Southwest. N. A. Fauna No. 2, pp. 19-21. 1889. 

Description of a new species of free I ailed bat from the desert region 
of southern California. N. A. Fauna No. 2, p. 23, illus. 1889. 

Description of a new species of tree tailed bat from the Lower Col 
orado Kiver in Arizona. N. A. Fauna No. l', p. 25, illus. 18&9. 

Description of a new genus Phenacomys and tour new species of 
Arvicolinae. N. A. Fauna No. 2, pp. 27-35, illus. 1889. 

Report of the Ornithologist and Mammalogist. Ag. Rpt 1890, 
pp. 227-285. 

Work of tii'- year— Section of geographic distribution— Section of economic 
relatione Collections of the Division Identification of Bpecimeni 
planting bj birds Birds which feed on mulberries. 

Results of a biological survey of the Ban Francisco Mountain 

region and desert of the Little Colorado in Arizona, N. A. Fauna 

Nm.:;. pp, 1 I. illus. 1890. 

Part I — General results of biological survey of the San Francisco 
Mountain region in Arizona, with special reference to the distri- 
bution of species. N\ A. Fauna No. 3, pp. 5 34. Fait [I— Grand 
Oanyon of the Colorado, between the Kaibab and Cooanini 
plateaus. N. A. Fauna No. 3, pp. 35-41. Pari HI— Annotated 
list of mammals of the Ban Francisco Mountain plateau and 

desert of the Little Colorado in Arizona, with notes on their 

vertical distribution, ami descriptions of new species. N. a. 
Fauna No.;;, pp. i .: 30, illus. Fan l\ Annotated list of birds 
of the Ban Franc bco Mountain plateau ami the desert of the 
Little Colorado Kiver, Arizona. N. a. Fauna No. 3, pp. 87-101. 
21713- No. I 12 



178 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Merriam, C. Hart— Continued. 

Part V — Annotated list of reptiles and batraehians collected by 
Dr. 0. Hart Merriam and Vernon Bailey on the San Francisco 
Mountain plateau and desert of the Little Colorado, Arizona, 
with descriptions of new species. N. A. Fauna Xo. 3, pp. 
103-118. 1890. 

Forest trees of the San Francisco Mountain region, Arizona. N. A. 
Fauna No. 3, pp. 119-123. 1890. 

Relation of a biological survey to agriculture. N. A. Fauna No. 3, 
pp. 125, UiO. 1890. 

Contribution toward a revision of the little striped skunks of the 
genus Spilogale, with descriptions of seven new species. N. A. 
Fauna No. 4, pp. 1-15, illus. 1890. 

Descriptions of five new ground squirrels of the genus Tamias. 
N. A. Fauna No. 4, pp. 17-22. 1890. 

Description of a new Evotomys from Colorado. N. A. Fauna No. 4, 
pp. 23, 24, illus. 1890. 

Descriptions of two new species of Evotomys from the Pacific Coast 
region of the United States. N. A. Fauna No. 4, pp. 25, 26. 
1890. 

Description of a new marten (Mustela caurina) from the northwest 
coast region of the United States. N. A. Fauna No. 4, pp. 27-29. 
1S90. 

Description of a new species of Molussus from California (Molussus 
californicw). N. A. Fauna No. 4, pp. 31, 32. 1890. 

Description of a new prairie dog from Wyoming. N. A. Fauna 
No. 4, pp. 33-35. 1890. 

Descriptions of three new ground squirrels of the Spermophilus 
8pilo80tna group. X. A. Fauna No. 4, pp. 37-39. 1890. 

Descriptions of three new kangaroo rats, with remarks on the 
identity of THpodomys ordii of Woodhouse. N. A. Fauna No. 4, 
pp. ll 49. 1890. 

Description <>f a new pocket gopher of the genus Geomys from 
western Nebraska. N. A. Fauna No. 4, p. 51. L890. 

Description <>f ;i new species of Besperomys from southern Florida. 
N. A. Fauna No. l.pp. 53 54. 1890. 

Report of the Ornithologist and Mammalogist. Ag, Bpt, L891, 
pp. 267-271. 

\\.>ik of the year — Seotioo of geographic distribution— Section of economic 
i elal ions. 

Report of the Ornithologist and Mammalogist Ag. Efcpt. L892, 
pp. lsi 200, illus. 

Work of t ii.- year < office work- Field work— Exhibit at the World's ( lolnm- 
bian Exposition Notes on some of the spermophiles and pocket gophers 
<>t the Mississippi \ alley I Sconomic ornithology — Pood habits <>i the 

cedai bird i 1 1"/>< Im<m drorum . 

Report of the Ornithologist and Mammalogist, Ag, Rpt. L893, 
pp. 227 234, Illus. 

Work of the yeai Scope of the work Geographic distribution— Method 
of work Biological surveys Field work in 1893— Economic relations- 
Exhibit at the World's Columbian Exposition Pood habits of the king- 
bird, <>r bee mil i in. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 179 

Merriam, C. Hart — Continued. 

Notes on the geographic and vertical distribution of cactuses, 
yuccas, and agaves in the deserts and desert ranges of southern 
California, southern ^Nevada, northwestern Arizona, and south- 
western Utah. £T. A. Fauna Xo. 7, pp. 346-359. 1893. 

Notes on the distribution of trees and shrubs in the deserts and 
desert ranges of southern California, southern Nevada, north 
western Arizona, and southwestern Utah. N. A. Fauna Xo. 7, 
pp. 285-343. 1893. 

The geographic distribution of animals and plants in North 
America. Y. B. 1894, pp. 203-214, illus. 

Importance of knowledge of the geographic distribution of species — An 
experimental biological survey — Provision for a systematic biological sur- 
vey — The Death Valley Expedition — Correlation of the life /ones — Recent 
field work — The seven life zones of North America— Fundamental princi- 
ples of animal and plant distribution — Recapitulation. 

Report of the Chief of the Division of Ornithology and Mam- 
malogy. Ag. Kpt. 1804, pp. 167-lbU 

Work on geographic distribution — The study of jack rabbits and pocket 
gophers — Routine work — Proposed work. 

Report of the Chief of the Division of Ornithology and Mam 
malogy. Ag. Kpt. 1895, pp. 175-178. 

Work of the year — Geographic distribution — stomach examinations — Other 
technical work — Bounties— Cotton States and international expositions — 
Routine work — Outline of work for 1895-96. 

Monographic revision of the pocket gophers (family GeomyidsB, 
exclusive of the species thomomys). N. A. Fauna No. 8, pp. 258, 
illus. 1895. 

Report of thd Chief of the Division of Ornithology and Mammal 
ology. Ag. Kpt. 1896, pp. L'3-25. 

Geographic distribution — ( lereal invest igation — Laboratory work — Identi- 
fication of specimens — Nashvilh Exposition— Publications— Bird <la\ in 

the schools— Routine work— Plana for the year. 

Report of the Chief of the Division of Biological Survey. A.g. 
Kpt. L897, pp. l.j-L'O. 

I Geographic distribution— Cereal investigation— Laboratory work— Identi- 
fication of specimens — Nashville Exposition— Publications — Bird day in 
the schools— Roatine work — Plan for the fiscal rear ending June 30, l 89S 
Plans for the fiscal year ending Jnne 30, 18 

Merrick, E. C. 

Climate of the Pacific Coast. A -. K]>t. L867, pp. 280 -283. 

Merrill, Henry. 

[Report on farm crops, etc.. Id Virginia.] A.g, Rpt, 1850, pp.247, 

IMS. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in New Hampshire.] A.g. Rpt. 1851, 
pp. 145, L46. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in New Hampshire, A.g. Rpt. 1852, 
pp, L49, L50, 

Merry, G. 

Factory cheese and how it is made. II. A. I. l'.nl. No. 1 : >. pp. 15 54, 
1896. 

Meyer, Hiif^o. 

The development oi climatology in the Germau Empire, W, B. 
Bui. No. 2, pt 3, pp. 052 657. 1896. 



180 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Michener, B. 

Agricultural ornithology. Ag. Rpt. 1803, pp. 287-307. 

Insectivorous birds of Chester County, Pa.— Land birds— Family Fulturida 
(the vultures) — Family Falconida I the hawks) — Family StrigidaB( the owls I — 
Family Cttculida>. (the cuckoos) — Family Piddat (the woodpeckers) — Family 
Trockilida it he humming birds)— Family Cypselidm (the swit'ts) — Family 
Caprimulgida (the goat-suckers) — Family Alcedintdas (the kingfishers) — 
Family Turdinaz (the thrushes) — Family Sylvicolidcp. (the wood warblers) — 
Family Hirundinida (the swallows) — Family BombycillidcB (the wax 
wings) — Family Laniida (the shrikes) — Family Liotrickida — Family Car- 
thiidiv (the creepers) — Family Parida (the titmice, etc.) — Family Alaudida 
(the larks) — Family Fringillidte (the sparrows) — Family Icteridcr — Family 
Corrida' (the crows) — Family Columbidce (the pigeons)— Family Phasianida 
(the turkeys) — Family Tetraonida (the grouse) — Water hirds — Family 
Ardeida (the herons) — Family Charadriidw (the plovers) — Family Scolo- 
paoidcB (the snipes). 

Michener, Charles B. 

Methods of administering medicines [to horses]. Spl.Bpt.Dis. 
Horse, pp. 9-13. 1890. 

Diseases of the digestive organs. Spl. Bpt. Dis. Horse, pp. 15-58, 
illus. 1890. 

Wounds and their treatment. Spl. Bpt. Dis. Horse, pp. 447-460. 
1890. 

Outbreak of disease among cattle in Missouri. 6th and 7th Rpts. 
B.A.I., pp. 387-392. 1891. 

Mik, Joseph. 

Uqimyia scricaruv, the parasite of the Japanese silkworm. I. L., 
vol. 4, pp. 113-119. 1891. 

Miller, Admiral B., and Joseph Brobst. 

| Report on farm crops, etc., in Iowa.] Ag. Rpt. 1852, pp. 342-344. 

Miller, Henry, jr. 

| Report <m farm crops, etc., in Ohio. | Ag. Bpt. 1850, pp. 389-393. 

Miller, Henry. 

| Report on farm crops, etc., in Pennsylvania.] Ag. Bpt. 1852, pp. 
233 236. 

Miller, Howard. 

Preliminary report on the possibilities of tin 4 reclamation of the arid 
regions of Kansas and Colorado by utilizing the underlying 
waters. S. Ex. Doc. No. ll,pt. L, pp. 301-306. 1892, 

Miller, H. K. 

The standardization of normal acid and alkali solutions. Chem. 
Bui. No. i:;, 1 1:, 1 17. 1891. 

Miller, John, and Joseph Edwards. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Delaware.] Ag. Rpt. ISP.), pp. 121- 
128. 

Report on farm crops, etc.. in Pennsylvania*] Ag. Rpt. L850, pp. 

i r.i L69. 

Miller, Thomas. 

[Remarks on cotton in Hawaii.] Ag. Rpt. 1866, pp. 283, 284, 

Miller, William B. E. 

Contagions pleuropneumonia m Mew Jersey. Ag. Rpt. L881, pp. 
15, L6. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 181 

Miller, William B. E — Continued. 

The outbreak [of Texas fever] in Ohio and West Virginia. Spl. 
Ept. No. 50, pp. 4-10. 1882. 

Contagious pleuro pneumonia. Unnuin. rpt., pp. 205-208, in " Con- 
tagious diseases." 1883. 

Outbreak of disease among cattle in Virginia and Illinois. Unnuin. 
rpt., pp. 235-239, in " Contagious diseases." 1883. 

Milliken, Robert. 

Report on outbreaks of the Western cricket and of certain locusts 
in Idaho. I. L., vol. G, pp. 17-21. 1893. 

Minot, Charles Sedgwick, and Edward Burgess. 

On the anatomy of Aletia. 4th lipt. Ent. Com., pp. 45-58. illus. 
1885. 

Minto, John. 

The sheep industry in California. Oregon, and Washington. 
Unnum. rpt, pp. 947-991. 1892. 

Minturn, Smith. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Ohio.] Ag. Rpt. 1850, p. 397. 
Mitchell, A. J. 

State weather services: Their importance and equipment. W. B. 
Bui. No. 18, pp. 44-4G. 1896. 

Mitchell, George. 

[Remarks on cotton in Australia.] Ag. Rpt. 1850, pp. 290, 291. 

Moffat, Edmund J. 

The grain producing districts of Russia. Spl. Rpt. No. 51, pp. 
14-17. 1882. 

American beef [in Great Britain]. Spl. Rpt. No. 52, p. 21. L882. 

European crop reports. Rpt. Stat., Oct., 1883, pp. 18-21. 

(ir«;it Britain. Prance, Roumania, Russia, Italy, ami Prussia. 
American pork in France. Rpt. Stat., pp. 32-34. 1883. 
European crop prospects. Rpt. stat., Apr., L884, pp. 32/33. 

English statistics of home and foreign animals. Rpt Stat., Apr., 
1884, pp. 33, 34. 

European wheat prospect. Spl. Rpt. No. 58, pp. '>l 34. 1883. 

Qreal Britain, Prance, Austria-Hungary, Germany, Russia, and Tunis. 
European wheat prospects, spl. Rpt. No. 59, pp. 21 24. 1883. 

Great Britain, Franoe, Germany, Austria-Hungary, Belgium— The French 
implement show . 

European crop prospects, Spl. Rpt. No. 61, pp. 34 -">7. 1883. 

Great Britain, Prance, Russia, Germany, and Austria-Hungary, 

European [crop] summary. Spl. Rpt. No. 64, pp. 28 31, 1883, 

Great Britain. Prance, Germany, Italy, Anstro Hungary, Russia, Belgium 
ami Holland, Spain, Switzerland, and Denmark, 

European crop prospects. Spl, Rpt, No. 65, pp.29 35. 1883, 

Great Britain, France, Germany, Roumania and Servia, Russia, tustro-Hun 
gary, Belgium, and Port ugal. 

Foot and-mouth disease in Great Britain. Gnuum. rpt., pp. 195 203, 
in "Contagions diseases.' 1 1883. 



182 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Moffat, Edmund J. —Continued. 

European crop report. Kpt. Stat., May, 1884, pp. 19-21. 

European crop report. Bpt. Stat., June, 1884, pp. 24-26. 
<.it it Britain, France, Germany and Austria-Hungary, and Russia. 

European crop report for August. Kpt. Stat., Sept., 1884, pp. 
30-32. 

Great Britain, Trance, Germany, Austria-Hungary, Russia, Denmark, Hol- 
land, and Rouinania. 

Earopean crop report. Kpt. Stat., Oct., 1SS4, pp. 34-37. 

( {real Britaiu and Prance. 
Indian cotton. Kpt. Stat., Get., 1884, pp. 37, 38. 
European report. Kpt. Stat.. Dec., 1884, pp. 30-34. 

Prance, Italy, India, and Konniania. 

The Hungarian-Brazilian Hour trade. Kpt. Stat., Dec., 1884, p. 34. 

European report. Kpt. Stat., Mar., 1885, pp. 24-29. 

Great Britain, France, Germany, Russia, and Spain. 
European report. Kpt. Stat., Apr., 188."), pp. 34-42. 

Great Britain, France, Germany, Austria-Hungary, Switzerland, and India. 

European report. Kpt. Stat., May, 1885, pp. 34-38. 

Great Britain, France, Italy, Russia, Austria. Germany, Morocco, Belgium, 
and India. 

European crop report. Kpt. Stat., July, 1885, pp. 39-42. 

Greal Britain, France, Russia, Austria-Hungary, Germany, Roumania, Swit- 
zerland, Belgium, Italy, Algeria, and Holland. 

The Endian wheat crop of 1884-85. Kpt. Stat., Aug., 1885, pp. 39, 10. 
European crop prospects. Kpt. Stat., Sept., 1885, pp. 35-41. 

(Ireat Britain — Irish agricultural statistics — Fiance, Austria-Hungary, (Jer- 
inany, Romnania. Russia, Italy, and Spain. 

European crop report. Kpt. Stat., Deo., L885, pp. 33-35. 
Great Britain, Prance, Hungary, Germany, Belgium, and Russia. 

April European crop report. Kpt. Stat. L886, pp. 154-100. 
(ir«;it Britain, Prance, Austria-Hungary, Italy, Germany, and India. 

European crop report for August. Kpt. Stat. L887, pp. 383-386, 
Great Britain, France, Germany, Austria-Hungary, Russia, and India. 

European crop report for November. Bpt. Stat. L887, pp. 593-597. 
I Britain, France, Austria-Hungary, Holland. Spain, and India. 

European crop report for February. Bpt. Stat. L888, pp. 22-28. 
Great Britain, Germany, France, Russia, Italy. India, and Spain. 

European crop report. Kpt. Stat. L888, pp. 357-359. 

• it Britain, France, Germany, Austria-Hungary, Russia, Italy. Spain, and 

European crop report for September. Bpt. Stat. L888, pp. 127-133. 

Great Britain and [reland, agricultural statistics <>r [reland, Prance, Aus- 
tria-Hungary, Germany, Russia, Italy, Switzerland, and Egypt. 

European crop report for October. Bpt. Stat. L888, pp. 184- 487. 
Great Britain, Italy, Holland and Belgium, Russia, Austria-Hungary, <■<■! 
mani . and l i ant e. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 183 

Moffat, Edmund J. — Continued. 

Europeau crop report for November. Ept. Stat. 1888, pp. 530-533. 

Great Britain, Russia, Roumania, Spaiu, Belgium, Holland, Switzerland, 
Sweden, Norway, Denmark, France, and Italy. 

European crop report for March. Kpt. Stat. 1889, pp. 73-75. 

Great Britain, France, Germany, Austria-Hungary, Russia, Italy. Spain, and 
India. 

European crop report for May. Kpt. Stat. 1889, pp. 170-1 7'.». 

Great Britain, France, Italy, Spain, Austria-Hungary, Germany, Russia, and 

India. 

European crop report for June. Kpt. Stat. 1889, pp. 228-230. 

Great Britain, France, Germany, Austria-Hungary, Italy, and Russia. 
European crop report for August. Kpt. Stat. 1889, pp. 318-320. 

Great Britain, Fiance, Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Russia. 
European report for September. Kpt. Stat. 1889, pp. 380-385. 

Irish agricultural returns lor lxsx. Fiance, Germany, Austria-Hungary, 
Russia, Sweden and Norway, and Bervia — Statistics of the international 
grain market (Vienna, 1SS9J. 

European crop report for October. Kpt. Stat. 1889, pp. 419-121. 

Great Britain, Italy. Germany, Austria-Hungary, Russia, and France. 
European crop report for November. Kpt. Stat. 188!), pp. 473-170. 

(Jreat Britain, Russia, and Prance. 
European crop report for March. Kpt. Stat. 1890, pp. 96-100. 

Ireland, France, Austria-Hungary. Germany, Bulgaria, Russia, and India. 
European crop report for April. Kpt. Stat. 18!K). pp. L52-155. 

France, Austria-Hungary. Germany, Russia, Italy, Switzerland, Spain, Rou- 
mania, and India. 

European crop prospects for July. Kpt. Stat. L890, pp. 361-363. 

Great Britain, Prance, Germany, Austria- Hungary, Belgium and Holland, 

Italy, Spain. Switzerland, Roumania, and Russia. 

European crop report tor August. Kpt. Stat. L 890, pp. U.7-419. 

Great Britain, Prance, Germany, Austria -Hungary, Russia, Italy, Spain, 
Algeria, and Servia. 

European crop report for September. Kpt. Stat. L890, pp. 1^<> 183. 
Great Britain and Ireland. Prance, Germany, Austria-Hungary, Belgium and 
Holland. Italy, Russia, Roumania, and Bervia. 

European crop report for October. Kpt. Stat. L890, pp. 530, 531. 

Great Britain and Ireland, Prance, Germany, Roumania, Russia, Austria-Hun- 
gary, and Italy. 

European crop report for December. Kpt. Stat. 1890, pp. 643 643. 
Great Britain, France, Anstris Hungary, Germany, 8pain, Italy, and Russia, 

European crop report for February. Kpt. Stat, L891, pp.38 II. 
Great Britain, France, Germany, Austria- Hungary, 8pain, Italy, Russia, and 

India. 

European crop report fox March. Etpt Stat. I B91, pp. 96, 97. 

Great Britain, Prance, Germany, Austris Hungary, Italy, Spain, Belgium 

and Holland, and Russia. 

European nop report for April. Etpt. Stat L891, pp. 150 152. 

I nited Kingdom, Russia, Germany, Austria- Hungary, I ranoe, Holland and 
Belgium, 1 talj . and Spain. 



184 U. S. DEPARTMENT OE AGRICULTURE. 

Moffat, Edmund J —Continued. 

European crop report for May. Rpt. Stat. 1891, pp. 222, 223. 

Great Britain, Erauce, Germany, Italy, Spain, Russia, Roumania, anil 
Anstria-Hnngary. 

European crop report for June. Rpt. Stat. 1891, pp. 297, 298. 

Great Britain, Prance, Germany, Holland and Belgium, Anstria-Hnngary, 
Italy, Spain, and Russia. 

European crop report for July. Rpt. Stat. 1891, pp. 337, 338. 

Great Britain, France, Germany, Austria-Hungary, Belgium and Holland, 
Italy, Spain, Russia, and India. 

European crop report for August. Rpt. Stat. 1891, pp. 410, 411. 

Great Britain, Germany, Austria-Hungary, Italy, Spain, France, Russia, and 
India. 

European crop report for October. Rpt. Stat. 1891, pp. 583, 58 1. 

Great Britain and Ireland, Erauce, Germany, Anstria-Hnngary, Bulgaria, 

Belgium and Holland, Italy, and Russia. 

European crop report for November. Rpt. Stat. 1891, pp. G0(>-G09. 

The wheat crop of 181)1 — Erauce, Germany, Austria- Hungary. Italy, Spain, 
and Russia. 

European crop report for December. Rpt. Stat. 1891. pp. 689, <>!>o. 

I ireat Britain. Erauce. Germany, Austria-Hungary, Italy, Spain. Sweden, and 
Russia. 

European crop report for February. Rpt. Stat. 1892, pp. UU-iM. 

(ireat Britain, France, Germany, Austria-Hungary. Italy, Belgium, Russia, 

and India. 

European prospects for March. Rpt. Stat, 189U, pp. 76-78. 

(ireat Britain and Ireland, E ranee. Germany. Austria-Hungary, Italy, Spain, 
and Russia. 

European crop prospects for August. Rpt. Stat. 1892, pp. 316, 317. 

Greal Britain, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Holland and Belgium, Hen- 
mark, Austria -Hungary, and Russia. 

European crop report for September. Rpt. Stat. 1892, pp. 364-366. 

Greal Britain, France, Germany, and Austria-Hungary — The grain crops <>t" 
the world. 

Mohn, H. 

The climate of Norway. W. B. Bui. No.2, pt.3, pp. 647-662. L896. 

Mohr, Charles. 

Additional notes on the turpentine industry. Ag. Bpt L892, pp. 
356 368. 

Improvements in the distillation of the crude turpentine by the application 
of steam Products of the destructive distillation of the wood of the 
longleaf pine. 

Field records oi test materials. [Timber physics.] For. Bui. No, 
8, pp. 60 92. L893. 

Tin- longleal pine (Pinus palustris). For. Bui, No. L3, pp. 29-72. 
1896. 

Geographical distribution — Produots and uses — Botanical description — 
D< oriptiou of wood Progress of development Conditions of develop- 
men! Pores! management— The naval store industry. 

The Cuban pine Pinus heterophylla). For. Bui. No. 13, pp. 76-84, 
illns. L896. 

Geographical distribution Produotfl Classification and nomenclature — 
Description and morphological characters Progress <>i' development — 
Requirements foi ilei elopmenl . 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 185 

Mohr, Charles — Continued. 

Tbe shortleaf pine (Finns echinata). For. Bui. No. 13, pp. 87-104, 
illus. 1896. 

Economic history and distribution — Botanical description — Description of 
wood— Progress of development — Conditions of development — Forest 
management. 

The loblolly pine (Finns trvda). For. Bui. No. 13, pp. 107-124, illus, 
1890. 

History and distribution — Products — Botanical description of wood — Prog- 
ress of development — Reproduction. 

Tbe spruce pine (Finns glabra). For. Bui. No. 13, pp. 127-130. 
1890. 

Historical — Distribution — Economic importance — Botanical description — 
Progress and development — Enemies — Requirements of development. 

Monrad, John H. 

The dairy industry in Nebraska, South Dakota, and North Dakota. 
B.A. L Bui. No. 16, pp. 21. 1890. 

Monthaur, Amaury de. 

Note on the use of alkaline polysulphides for the mildew. Bot. 
Bui. No. 2, pp. 07-70. 1880. 

Moore, Justin S. 

[Soil, climate, and flora of the region at the mouth of the Colorado 
River in Lower California.] S. Kpt. No. 928, pt. 3, pp. 379, 380, 

1890. 

List of plants growing on the Colorado basin, February, isi>7. S. 
Rpt. tfo.928,pt.3, p.380. 1890. 

Moore, Veranus A. 

Observations on the morphology, biology, and pathogenic proper- 
ties of twenty eiuht streptococci found in the investigation of 
animal diseases. ' B. A. 1. Bui. No. 3, pp. 9-30. 1893. 

A n on motile pathogenic bacillus closely resembling the bacillus of 
hog cholera found in the lung and the spleen of a pig. r>. A. 1. 
Bui. No. 3, pp. 31-37. 1893. 

Pathogenic and tozicogenic bacteria in the upper air passages of 

domesticated animals. B. A. I. Bui. No. 3, pp. 38 18. L893. 

A nodular taniasis in fowls. B. A. I.Circ. No. .'». pp. 1. illus. 1896. 

A preliminary investigation of diphtheria in fowls. B.A. I. Bui. 
So.8, pp. 39-62, illus. 1895. 

a Btudy of a bacillus obtained from three outbreaks of fowl cholera. 

B, A*. I. Bui. No. 8, pp. US To. L896, 

On a pathogenic bacillus of the hog cholera group associated with 
a fatal disease in pigeons. B, A. 1. Bui. No. 8, pp. 71-70. 189 >, 

inefficiency of milk separators in removing bacteria. Y. B. 1895, 
pp. in 1 1 1. illus. 

Milk, batter, and cheese as carrii rs of infections diseases similar it \ oi 
mat ami human diseases lli>\\ nuiU becomei contaminated Methods of 
destroying or remoTing bacteria from milk Experiments with milk ten 
aratoi Experiments with tin- hand oentrifu gal machine 1 1 « » xn u> elinu* 
Date the dang< 

The direct transmission of infectious entero-hepatitia in turkeys. 
B. A. 1. Oirc. No. ... pp, 8, illus, L896, 



186 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Moore, Veranus A. — Continued. 

An investigation into the nature, cause, and means of preventing 
the cornstalk disease (Toxaemia maidis) of cattle. B. A. I. Bui. 
No. 10, pp. 9-68, illus. 1890. 

A disease in cattle not distinguishable from rabies. B. A. I. Bui. 
Xo. 10, pp. 71-87. 1896. 

Infectious leukaemia in fowls: A bacteria disease frequently mis- 
taken for fowl cholera. 1 2th and 13th B. A. I. Bpts., pp. 185-205, 

illus. 1897. 

Outbreak of a nonspecific disease among swine. 12th and 13th B. 

A. I. Bpts., pp. 219-227. 1897. 

Preliminary investigations concerning the number and nature of 
bacteria in freshly drawn milk. 12th and 13th Rpts. B. A. 1., 
pp. 261-266. 1897. 

Moore. Veranus A., and Charles F. Dawson. 

Tuberculosis in swine: The nature of the disease, with a report of 
three cases. 12th and 13th Kpts. B. A. 1., pp. 207-218, illus. 
1897. 

Moore, Veranus A., and Pierre A. Fish. 

A report of rabies in Washington, District of Columbia. 12th 
and 13th Rpts. B. A. L, pp. 207-282, illus. 1897. 

Moore, Veranus A., and Theobald Smith. 

Experiments on the production of immunity in rabbits and guinea 
pigs with reference to hog cholera and swine plague bacteria. 

B. A. I. Bui. Xo. 0, pp. 41-80. 1894. 

On the variability of infectious diseases as illustrated by hog chol- 
era and swine plague. B. A. I. Bui. No. 6, pp. 81-95. 1894. 

Moore, Willis L. 

Report of the Chief of the Weather Bureau. Ag. Rpt. 1895, pp. 
65-96, inaj). 

Report of the Chief of the Weather Bureau. Ag. Rpt. 1890, pp. 
243 200. 

Report of the Chief of the Weather Bureau. Ag. Rpt. 1S97, pp. 
199-218. 

Morgan, H. A. 

\ simple device for the preparation of oil emulsions. Bnt. Bui, 

Nu. 6, ii. 8., pp. 93, 91, [HUB. 1800. 

Morgan, Jesse. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Indiana. | A.g. Rpt, 1852, pp. 
293 300. 

Monill, Park. 

Reduction of barometric pressure to sea level. Mo. W, R., vol. 2;>, 
pp. 192 ioi. L895. 

Floods of the Mississippi River. W, B. Bui. B, pp. 79, illus. and 

chaits. L897. 

Morris, Francis 

Cavalry horses in America. Ag. Rpt L863, pp. L59-175, illus. 
Pedigree ol Blashei Pedigree of Eolipte. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 187 

Morris, Henry C. 

[Report on the commerce of Ghent, Belgium.) For. Mkts. Bui. 
No. G, pp. 47-90. 1895. 

Population and occupations of the people — Soil, climate, and productions — 
Prices of agricultural products — Numbers and values of farm animals — 
Trade with the United States — American products— Animals— Cereals — 
Dairy products — Butter and artificial butter in Belgium— Honey — Fresh 
and salted meats— Fowls and game— Meats and meat products— Oleomar- 
garine — Hides and wool — Cotton and other fibers — Sugar — Tobacco — 
Fruits — Almonds -Canned goods, etc. — Liquors — Seeds and forage — 
Petroleum— Timber— General state of our trade— How to introduce Ameri- 
can goods — Americans for agents. 

Morris, John G. 

The ailanthus silkworm of China (Bombyx cynthia), Ag. Kpt. 1801, 
pp. 374-382. 

The food of the caterpillar— The eggs, caterpillars, cocoons, and silk of 
B. cynthia — The rearing of the ailanthus silkworm — Second rearing — 
Rearing of /»'. cynthia in China — First rearing of the ailanthus silkworm 
on a large scale in France — Results. 

Additional observation on the ailanthus silkworm of China. Ag. 
Kpt. 1862, pp. 390-394. 

Morris, Paschall. 

White Chester breed of swine. Ag. Kpt. I860, pp. 475-47G. 
Model piggery. Ag. Kpt. 1865, pp. 470-478, illus. 

Morriss, Richard G. 

Report on farm crops, etc., in Virginia.] Ag. Kpt. 1848, pi). 483 
48G. 

[Keporton farm crops, etc., in Virginia.] Ag. Kpt. L849, pp. 139- 

1 11'. 

[Keport on farm crops, etc., in Virginia.] Ag. Kpt. 1861, pp. 291, 
292. 

Morrow, G. E. 

Animal husbandry in the central West. Unnum. rpt., pp. 62-65, 

in « Proceedings. "• L882, 

Breeding and feeding for beef. BfiscSpl. Kpt. No. 2, pp. L27-132. 
L88S. 

Oattleand Bwine rearing and feeding in the United states. 4th 
and 5th Kpts. B. A. [., pp. 105-419. L889. 

station records. O. B. s. Misc. Bal, No. 3, pp. L02, LOS. 1891. 

[Presidential address before the Association of American Agricul- 
tural Colleges and Experiment Stations.] O. E. S. Bal. No. 24, 
pp. 25-33, L895. 

Morse, Allen B. 

Report on the commerce of Glasgow, Scotland, For, Mkts. Bui 

No. 1, pp, L06 L20. L895. 

Animals, • sreals, dairy products, meata, ootton, tobacco, Liquors, Beads, sad 
(raits. 

Morse, Eldridge. 

Tide lands of Washington Territory. Misc. Spl. Rpt, No. 7. pp, 
02-111. L885. 



188 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Morse, F. W. 

The use of gases against scale insects. Knt, Bui. No. 15, pp. 35-40. 
1887. 

Ou insoluble phosphoric acid. Chem. Bui. No. 31, pp. 106, 107. 1891. 

Morse. George W. 

The cotton caterpillar. Mo. Rpt. 1867, pp. 249, 250. 

Morton, J. Sterling. 

Report of the Secretary of Agriculture. Ag. Rpt. 1893, pp. 7-50. 

Organization of the Department— Relation of the Department to the state 
experiment stations — Functions of foreign agricultural departments — 
liritish board of agriculture — Ministry of agriculture in Prussia — French 
ministry of agriculture — Italian general direction of agriculture — Expend- 
itures — Change — Permanency — The classified service — Distribution of 
seed at the public expense — Texas fever regulations — Export cattle 
inspected — Vessel inspection— Inspection of import animals — Inspection of 
American cattle in Great Britain — Contagions pleuropneumonia — Meat 
inspection — Exports of inspected pork — Additional legislation — Tuber- 
culosis— Maladledu coit — Civil-service examination of inspectors — Reports 
of the divisions— Agricultural exports— Agricultural imports — The agri- 
cultural domain. 

Report of the Secretary of Agriculture. Ag. Rpt. 1894, pp. 5-75. 

For synopsis see report in Yearbook for 1894. 

Letter in response to Senate resolution of June liO, 1894, calling 
for a statement of the visible and invisible supply of wheat likely 
to be in the United States on July 1, 1894, and other information 
concerning the crops of 1894. S. Ex. Doc. No. 125, pp. 2. 1S94. 

Letter transmitting, in response to the resolution of the House of 
Representatives of January 22, 1894, a list of the special agents 
of the Department, together with a statement of their work and 
the salaries received, for the four years and six months ending 
December 31, 1893. II. Ex. Doc. No. 243, pp. 46. 1894. 

Report of the Secretary of Agriculture. V. I'.. L894, pp. 9-00. 
Foreign markets for American farm products— The farmers' principal beef 
market —American hog products Wheat in English markets -Exports of 
barley The United states apple trade with England— Exports of horses 
Potatoes— The Assistant Secretaryship— Report of the divisions— Promo- 
tions -Publications -force at the central office Forecasts \ alue of the 
warnings— The West Indies cyclone service— Telegraph servioi — The 
stei ih/.it ion of milk — Nutrition — Cost of bread — Farm products and the 
money they bi ing. 

Report of the Secretary of Agriculture. Ag. Rpt. L895, pp. f>-<>4. 
For synop ii set report in Yearbook for L896. 

Report of the Secretary <>f Agriculture. Y. B. L896, pp, 9-68, 
Work of the Bureau of animal [ndustrj Foreign markets for American 
meat products- Cattle and meat trade with Great Britain American cat- 
tle in Glasgow — The worlds market for American horses American 
horses hi Glasgow — inspection of horses for export — Dairy products— 
< beese Butter Subsidiary farm products Honey- Report of the 
Weather Bureau Report <»i the Division of Statistics Report of the 
Office of Experiment Stations Work of t he stations I lie nutritive value 
ami eeonoiii\ of foods Report of the Division of Forestry— Arbor day in 
Japan— Report of the Division oft !heniistrj Preservation of official analy- 
Reportot bhe.Di vision of Botany Seed tests Report of the Division 
..i Agrostology Experimental grass stations Special studies -Publica- 
tions Hay and fodder plant- Mouej valne Report of the Division of 
\ i • table Patholoffi Report of the Division <>f Pomology— New varieties 

ol 1 1 nit int i od need Experiments ill root grafting apple I lees \]\ ports of 

apples — California fruits in English markets — Report of the Division of 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 189 

Morton, J. Sterling— Continued. 

Bhtomology — The Mexican cotton-boll weevil— Tin- Ban Jose scale— Ap- 
pearance of insect pests — Report of the Division of Ornithology and 
Mammalogy — Agricultural soils — Advantages of Bubsoiling — The stndv of 
local soils—Report of the Otlice of Irrigation inquiry — Report of t lie 
Office of Road Inquiry — Report of the Office of Filter Investigations — 
Report of the Division of Microscopy — Report of the Division of Publi- 
cations — Report of the Seed Division — Report of the Division of Gardens 
and Grounds — Report of the Division of Accounts and Disbursements — 
Buildings for the Department of Agriculture— Extension of the civil 
service — The future of farms and fanning in the I'nited States. 

[Address before the Association of American Agricultural Colleges 
and Experiment Stations.] ( ). E. S. Bui. No. 24, pp. 47-50. L895. 

Report of the Secretary of Agriculture. Ag. Rpt. 1896, pp. v-li. 
For synopsis see report in Yearbook for 1896. 

Report of the Secretary of Agriculture to the President. Y. B. 
1896, pp. 9-54. 

Appropriations and expenditures — Civil service in the 1 department — 1 tirector 
of scientific work — inadequacy of salaries of higher officials— Inspection 

of animals intended for food— Cattle and meat trade of Great Britain — 
American horses in England— Economics for the farmer — Work of the 
Weather Bureau — Gratuitous seed distribution by the Government — Exper- 
iment stations — Acknowledgments and recommendations— The condition 
of American farmers — Recent annual sales of farm products abroad. 

; Remarks before the Association of Official Agricultural Chemists. ! 
Ohem. Bui. No. 47 ; pp. 12, 13. 1896. 

Statement in regard to award of seed contract. Oirc. No. I, Secre- 
tary's Office, pp. 8. 189<;. 

Costof seed distribution [by the > Government], Gnnnm. rpt., pp. 3. 
L897. 

Morton, W. S. 

[Keport on farm crops, etc., in Virginia.] Ag. Rpt. 1849, pp. L31-136. 
| Report on farm crops. etc.. in Virginia.] Ag. Rpt. L850,pp. I L2-449. 

Mortson, O. C. 

Report on the geologic character of certain sections of the State of 
Montana, showing the possibility of imbibation of water which 
would be available for artesian purposes. S. Ex. Doc No, n. 
pt 2, pp. 78-83, map. L892. 

Mosher, S. 

Culture of the grape. Ag. Rpt. L845, pp. 952-954. 

Moses, Z. 

Cultivation and use of the teasel Ag. Rpt. L8G3, pp. 117-11!). 

Motley, O. C. 

[Report on farm crops, etc, in Oregon.] Ag. Rpt. L862, pp. 362, 353, 

Mueller, Charles. 

Dutch, or Hoist, in. cattle, Mo. Rpt L873, pp. 17o 17*.>. 

Mullen, S. B. 

Observations on the bollworm In Mississippi. I. L.. vol. 5. pp 
240 243. L893. 

Mumma, David, jr. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Pennsylvania.] A-. Rpt, L851, pp. 
253 256. 



1!)0 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Munch, Frederick. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Missouri.] Ag. Kpt. 1851, pp. 4^2- 

154. 
Report on farm crops, etc., in Missouri.] Ag. Rpt. 1852, pp. 3U1, 
322. 

Munson, T. V. 

Experiments [on grape diseases] at Denison, Texas. Bot. Bui. No. 
5, pp. 23-28, illus. 1888. 

Classification and generic synopsis of the wild grapes of North 
America. Pom. Bui. No. 3, pp. 14. 1890. 

Miintz A. 

Treatment of mildew by sulphate of copper. Bot. Bui. No. 2, pp. 
92, 93. 188G. 

Murphy, Charles J. 

Report on the introduction of maize into Europe. Unnuin. rpt., 
pp. 5-16. 1891. 

Murphy, George H. 

[Report on the commerce of Luxemburg.] For. Mkts. Bui. No. 2, 
pp. 87-91. 1895. 

Murray, Charles. 

[Report on the commerce of Campbellton, New Brunswick.] For. 
Mkts. Hul. No. 1, pp. r)S, 59. 1895. 

Murtfeldt, Mary E. 

Notes from Missouri for the season of 1886 [entomological]. Ent. 
Bui. No. 13, pp. 59-G5. 1887. 

Entomological notes for the season of 1888. Ag. Rpt. 1888, p. 133- 
139. 

Letter of submittal— General observations— Special studies — The grape Bcale 

( .isfiidioinH uvea) — The cabbage curcolio ( < 'eutorhynchua napi) — A now apple- 
twig borei Elaphidion ocellata) — Notes on remedies. 

Life history of Graptodera foliacea. I. L., vol. 1, pp. 74-76. L888. 

The carnivorous habits of tree crickets. 1. L., vol. -, pp. 130-132, 
L889. 

An interesting tineid. I. L., vol. 2, pp. 303-305, illus. L890. 

Entomological notes from Missouri tor the Beason of L889, Ent. 
Bui. No. l'l'. pp. 73 84. L890. 

Entomological notes for the season of L890. Ent Hul. No. 23, pp. 
i:» 56. L891. 

The use of grape bags by ;i paper-making wasp. 1. U, vol. I, pp. 
L92, L93. L891, 

Omnivorous habits of the screw worm in St. Louis. I. L., vol. 1, 
I > I ►. 200, 201. L891. 

Entomological notes for the season of 1891. Bnt. Bui. No. ii<;, pp. 
36 II. 1892. 

Entomological notes for the season of lsou. But. Hul. No. 30, pp. 
l!» :><;. L893. 

The osage orange pyralid (Loxostege maclura). I. L., vol. 5, pp. 

L55 157, illus. L893. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 191 

Murtfeldt, Mary E— Continued. 

The cheese, or meat, skipper (Piophila casei). I. L., vol. 6, pp. 170- 
175. 1893. 

^sotes on the insects of Missouri for 1893. Ent. Bui. No. 32, pp. 
37-45. 1894. 

Entomological memoranda for 1893. I. L., vol. 6, pp. 257-259. 

1894. 

Habits of Stribadium sjmmosum. I. L., vol. 6, pp. 301, 302. 1894. 

Acorn insects, primary and secondary. 1. L., vol. 6, pp. 318-3U4. 
1894. 

Myers, John A. 

Station organization and methods. O. E. S. Misc. Bui. No. 1. pp. 
99-101. 1889. 

Myers, M. F 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Pennsylvania.] Ag. Bpt. 185'J, pp. 
241-243. 

Myrick, Herbert. 

Associated dairying in New England. 4th and 5th Rpts. B. A. I., 
pp. 375-38(J, illus. 1889. 

Nalle, James M. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Virginia.] Ag. Rpt. 1850, pp. 

352-.').")5. 

Nash, George V. 

American ginseng: Its commercial history, protection, and cultiva- 
tion. Hot. Bui. No. 10, pp. 22. illus. 1895. 

Neal, James. 

! Report on the commerce of Liverpool, England.] For. Afkts. Bui 
No. 1, pp. 95-102. L895, 

Cattle and >b«'c]». tobacco, fruits, cereals products, and pn»\ isions. 
Neal, J. C. 

Report of experiments upon scale insects affecting the orange. 
Ent Bui. N<>. 1, pp. 31-35. L883. 

The roof knot disease of tbe peach, orange, and other plants in 
Florida due to the work of anguillula. Ent. Bui. No. 20, pp. 31, 
illus. L889. 

Neale, Robert. 

Transplanting and treatment of grapevines. A-. Bpt. i ^ j«», pp, 
286, 287. 

Nealley, G. C. 

Report of an investigation <>i' the forage plants of western Texas. 
Hot. Bui. No. 6, pp. 30-47. L888. 

Needham, Daniel. 

The agricnltnra] exhibition at I [ambnrg. A.g, Bpt. l Bd3, pp. L9 30. 

Neely, Samuel T 

Traction tests. Boad imp Bui. No. 20, pp. 19, illus, L896, 

Nelson, J. D. G. 

[Reporl on farm crops, etc.. in Indiana. A.g, Bpt. L851, pp. 1-1, 
422, 



192 D. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Nesbit, D. M. 

Tide marshes of tbe United States. Mise. Spl. Ept. No. 7, pp. 3-32. 
1885. 

Nesbit, F. C. 

Letter transmitting, in response to a resolution of tbe House, a 
report by the Statistician of the Department respecting the sup- 
ply and domestic requirements of wheat and corn, and the acre- 
age of wheat. H. Misc. Doc. No. 103. pp. 11. 1887. 

Nessler, J. 

Copper soda and copper gypsam as remedies for grape mildew. 
Jour. Mycol., vol. 0, pp. 73, 74. 1890. 

Nettleton, Edwin S. 

Field work in connection with artesian wells investigation. S. Ex. 
Doc. No. l , _!L > . pp. 31-36, illus. 1890. 

Artesian and underflow investigation. S. Ex. Doc, pt. 2, pp. 110, 
map. 1892. 

Neumann, Joseph. 

The native wild silkworm of California. H. Ex. Doc. No. 110, pp. 
28-30. 1890. 

Neumann-Spallart, F. X. von. 

The value of the cereal crops of Austria- Hungary. Spl. Rpt. No. 
61, pp. 00-08. 1883. 

Newcorabe, F. C. 

Perennial mycelium of the fungus of blackberry rnst. .lour. .Mycol., 
vol. 6, pp. 106, 107, illus. 1891. 

Newell, Frederick H. 

Irrigation on the Great Plains. Y. B. 1890, pp. 107-196, illus. 
Introduction — Western Kansas — Irrigation essential— Sources of water — 
Methods of obtaining water — Storing and conducting water — Applying 
water — Duty of water — Cultivation. 

Newkirk, B. M. 

[Report on form crops, etc., in Indiana.! Ag. Rpt. L848, pp. 637-539, 

Newlands, Francis G. 

Lakes Tahoe and Donner for irrigation purposes. B. Rpt. No. 928, 
pt.3, pp. 507-512. L890. 

Newsom, Lewis 

[Report on form crops, etc, in <>lii<>.| Ag. Rpt. L851, pp. 395-399. 

Newton, Isaac. 

Circular from the ( )ommissioner of Agriculture of the United Stales 
on the present agricultural, mineral, and manufacturing condi- 
tion and resources of the United States. Unnum.rpt.,pp.8. 1862. 

Report of the Commissioner <>f Agriculture. A<i - . Rpt. L862, pp. 
1 25. 

Letter in answer t<> resolutions of the House of December 3 and .*>, 
1862, in regard to the expenditure of the agricultural fund. II. 

K\. Due. \n. l I. L862. 

Report of the Commissioner of Agriculture. Ag. Rpt L863, pp. 

3 17. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 193 

Newtoi?, Isaac — Continued. 

The monthly reports of this Department. Mo. Bpt. 9 Dec., 1863, pp. 
2-8. 

Their purpose and character discussed. 

Letters transmitting tbe report of the Flax and Hemp Commission 
appointed under act of Congress, February 25, 1863. Unnmn. 
rpt. pp. !)(>, illus. 1863. 

Report of the Commissioner of Agriculture. Ag. Rpt. 1864, pp. 
3-15. 

Agricultural colleges. Mo. Rpt., Jan.-Feb., 18(14, pp. 3-11. 

The future of American cotton and wool. Mo. Rpt., Jan.-Feb., 
1864, pp. 12-17. 

The condition of the growth of foreign <otton — Can it retain that place 
against it in times of peace 1 — Imports of cotton into Great Britain— The 
future of wool— Extent of remuneration— Increase of (lax. 

The proposed tax on leaf tobacco. Mo. Rpt., Jan.-Feb., 1864, pp. 
17-25. 

Letter to the Committee on Agriculture upon the subject of taxa- 
tion of tobacco as recommended by the Commissioner of Internal 
Revenue. 8. Misc. J)oc. No. 13, pp. 6. 1864. 

Report of the Commissioner of Agriculture. Ag. Rpt. 1865, pp. 
1-11. 

General summary relating to farm stock— Number, average price, and total 
value in .January. L865 — General summary relating to crops 

Report of the Commissioner of Agriculture. Ag. Rpt. 1866, pp. 

5-16. 
Dyer's madder. Mo. Rpt. 1866, pp. 94-101. 

Imports— Climate and soil — Culture in Zealand— Culture in Prance— Its cul- 
ture in this country — Its culture .it the present time. 

Letter communicating, in compliance with a resolution of the Sen- 
ate of April L3, information in relation to the rinderpest or cattle 
plague. 8. Misc. Doc. No. 98, pp. 21 L866, 

Keply to House resolution of January 25, 1866, relative to receipts 
and disbursements of the Department. 11. Ex. Doc. No. 19, 
pp. i.;. 1866. 

Nichols, George. 

Phreatic waters in Nye County, Nevada. B. Ex. Doc. No. 53, 
pp. 209-^12. L891. 

Nicholson, H. H 

Analyses of sugars, Ohem. Bui. No. L3, pt 6, pp. 652, 653, 1892, 

Analyses of molasses and si nips. Ohem. Bui. No. 13, pt.6, pi». <»s«;. 
687. L892. 

Analyses of confections. Ohem. Bui. No. 13, pt. <>. pp. 721, 7l'l\ 
L892. 

Analyses of boueys. Ohem. Bui. No. L3, pt.6, pp. 755, 7.~>n\ 1892. 

Niimno, Joseph W., jr 

Progress of irrigation in the Northwest. Montana, Idaho, east 
era Washington, aud Oregon in L890. 8. Ex. Do< No 
pp. L51 179. L891. 

21713— No. I L3 



194 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Noel, Edmund F. 

[Report on form crops, etc., in Virginia.] Ag.Rpt. 1851, pp. 275-282. 

Norgaard, V. A. 

[Report on treatment of lumpy jaw.] 8th and !>th Rpts. B. A. I., 
pp. 135-176, illus 1893. 

History of an outbreak [of anthrax] in Illinois. 10th and 11th 
Rpts. B. A. L, pp. 40-43. 1896. 

Dipping cattle for destruction of ticks. 12th and 13th Rpts. I>. A.I., 
pp. 109-118. 1897. 

Norris, Calvin. 

On the potato disease. Ag. Rpt. 1848, pp. 572,573. 

Norris, George Pepper. 

Grape culture. Ag. Rpt. 1861, pp. 486-495, illus. 
Orchard houses. Ag. Rpt. 18o'l, pp. 538-441, illus. 

Norton, John P. 

The mineral-manure theory. Ag. Rpt* 1851, pp. 7-10. 

Nutting, Rufus. 

Farmers' clubs. Ag. Rpt. 18<>7, pp. L\*3<>-_M7, illus. 
Ockerson, J. A. 

Flood planes of the Mississippi River. W. R. Bui. No. 2, pt. 1, 
pp. 81-81), charts. 1804. 

Oemler, A. 

Truck farming. Ag. Rpt. 1885, pp. 583-627. 

Ogden, E. L. (Miss). 

Leaf structure of Jouvea and of Eragrostis obtusiflora. Agros. 

Bui. No. 8, pp. 12-1*3, illus. 1807. 

OLeary, T S. 

The barometer at sea. \V. B. Bui. NFo.2,pt. l. pp. KJ7-173. 1894. 

Onderdonk, G. 

Peach culture in the extreme Southwest. Ag. Rpt. 1887, pp. 648- 
652. 

O'Neil, Thomas B. 

| Reporl on the commerce of Stockholm, Sweden.] For. Mkts. Bui. 
NO. 8, pp. 83 86. L896. 

Opp, Frederick. 

[Report on the commerce of Breslau, Germany.] For. Mkts. Bui. 

No. i', pp. 52-56. 1895. 

A ii i ii i.i Is, cereals, dairj products, meats, cotton, tobacco, fruits, liquors, seeds. 

Onneiod, Eleanor A. 

injury bj Xyleborus dispar in England. [. L. , vol. 2, p. 145. L889. 

Some notes [entomological] from England. 1. I>.. vol. 2, p. L47. 
L889. 

Notes of the season entomological]. [. L., vol. t, pp. 36-39, 1891. 

OHboin, Herbert. 

Report oi experiments entomological a1 Ames, Iowa. Bnt. BuL 
No. 1 1. pp. 23 26. L886. 

I I tS of 1 BUK «li«.s. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 1!>5 

Osborn, Herbert— Continued. 

Report upon the insects of the season in Iowa. Ag. Bpt. 1887. pp. 
154-104. 

The food habits of the Thripidae. I. L., vol. 1, pp. 137-14:;. 1888. 

Identity of Schizoneura panicola and 8. corni. I. L.. vol. 2, pp. 108, 
100. * 1880. 

Report on the insects of the season in Iowa. Ent. Bui. No. 22, pp. 
1S-41. 1800. 

Note on the period of development in Mallophaga. I. L., vol. 3, 
pp.115, 116. 1890. 

On the use of contagions diseases in contending with injurious 
insects. 1. L.. vol. 3, pp. 141-145. 1800. 

The pediculi and mallophaga affecting man and the lower animals. 
Ent. Kul. No. 7. pp. 56, illus. 1801. 

The crab Louse (Phthiruu inguinalis) — Head louse (Pedicuhu capitis) — Body 
louse [P. resinu nil i — Louse of the ape (P. oonaobrinua) — Lice infesting 
fche monkey [P. sp.) — Sucking-dog louse ( Hamatopinui piliferus) — Louse 
of the camel If. cameli) — Lice iufestiug the giraffe, deer, and antelope 
//..>]».- Sucking Louse <>r the goal l //. itenopris) — Short-nosed <>x louse 
//. eurgsternus) — Lon^-uosed ox louse (//. intuit) — Buffalo louse ( //. tuhir- 
eulatus) — llo^ Louse (//. uriut) — Sucking horse louse (J5T. asiai) — Booking 
lice infesting the rodents | //. sp.) — Elephant louse (Ho matomyzua probo9- 
cidet**)— Louse of the field mouse | Hasmatopinns aoantkopus) — Louse of the 
flying squirrel l //. teiuropteri) — Louse of the Ibx squirrel {H. aniennatus) — 
Louse of the white-footed mouse i //. kesperomjfdis) — Louse of the ground 
squirrels and chipmunk {H. suturmlis) — Sucking Louseofthe pocket gopher 

(Ho matopinoidts) — Louseot 'links and geese (DooopkoTUS ictcrudt*) — Little 

red - n\ an Louse , />. ciiqni) — Chicken Louse [Gon&ocote* kologaster —Chicken 
Louse (G. (ihiloniinalix) — Pigeon louse (<:. mm par) — Peacock gonlocoti 
rectang Hiatus) — Burnett's goniocotes [G. bumettii) — Goniocotes of the ele- 
phant i G. ohrgsocephalua) — chicken goniodes {Goniodes durimili*) — Louse 
of the iguinea fowl (G. nuiiiidiiimis) — Pigeon goniodes (G. domical 
Little pigeon goniodes (G. minor* — Louse of turkey (G, stylifer) — P< 
goniodes a. faldoomis) — Pheasant goniodes G. oolchiou9 } G. 01 
Lipeurns of the chicken and pheasant, etc. Lipeuru* keterograpku$) — Louse 
of the guinea fowl i /.. numida |— Louse of the sheldrake /. tadoma and 
L. laeteus — Pigeon Lipeurns /.. baoulu$) — Squalid duck Louse /.. tquaU 
idus, /.. anBi ris i ■ Lipeurns of the goose I L.jejunu* i - Turkey Louse I /.. polg- 
trapeziut) — Variable chicken Louse t /.. variabilis) — White Bwan louse 

thobiua eggni and 0. bucepkalut) — Louse of the cat l Triokodeei 
rottratui — Biting loose of tin- dog (T. latui) — Louse of the bea I 
pinguis) — Louse of tin- Llama | /'. I Louseofthe goat /. tftmox, 

/'. i i in ha i a. s >— Louse of the sheen /'. tpka roofpaaiai I — Biting lice of horses, 
amies, asses, etc.* (T. eatii T. pilo9u» f I . parumpUowt ) — Biting Lies of cattle 

•i la ris) — Li »i isc ox the dove Mi nopon giganU nm > — Common hen Louse 
( M. jHiiiiiliiin , M. ins, i latum. M . strami m n m \ Pheasant menopon M.fulvo- 

ma< alatntii, M. productUM) — I'eacock loUSC ( M . }>h<i xtninit in ■ — LOUSS of the 

guinea hen j If. numidc -Louse "i ducks l run, tun luri&mm) - Loose "f 
the goose and swan / < mspuroatuM) — Louse of the goose /'. lituratum) — 
Pigeon louse ( Colpooepkalurn longicaudum) Swan l< Ipooepkmlwm 

ininiitnii Louse of the guinea pig Gyropnt orootfia, 0. ovaZia)— Louse of 
the pocket gophei Triohodeete* geomgdit . 

Report on tin- work entomological] of tin- Beason. Bnt Bui. No. 
23, pp. 57 62. L891. 

Some notes on Eowa Insects. I. I... vol. 3, p, 479. L891. 

Report of a trip to Kansas to investigate reported damages from 
grasshoppers. I. L., vol. I. pp. L9 56, L891, 

An experiment with kerosene emulsion, l. L, vol. 4. pp. 8 
L891, 



U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Osborn, Herbert — ('<>nt inued. 

Origin and development of the parasitic habit in Mallophaga and 
Pedicnlidae. I. L., vol. 4, pp. 187-191. 1891. 

Notes on grass insects in Washington, District of Columbia. I. L., 
vol. 4, pp. 1<>7, 198. 1891. 

The tine bugs, or Heteroptera, of Tennessee. I. L., vol. 4, p. H24. 
1891. 

Insects of the season in Iowa. Bnt. BuL No. I'd. pp. 57-62. 1892. 

Report of a trip to Kansas to investigate reported damages from 
grasshoppers. Ent. Bui. No. 27, pp. r>s-04. 1892. 

Notes on injurious insects of 1892. I. L., vol. 5, pp. 111-114. 1892. 

Report on insects of the season in Iowa. Ent. Bui. No. 30, pp. 42- 
48. 1893. 

Report on a trip to northwest Missouri to investigate grasshopper 

injuries. 1. L., vol. 5, pp. 323-325. 1S!>;>. 

Methods of treating insects affecting grasses and forage plants. 
I. L.. vol. 6, pp. 71-82. 1893. 

Methods of attacking parasites of domestic animals. 1. L., vol. (J, 
pp. 1G3-1(J(>. 1893. 

Note on some of the more important insects of the season. I. L., 
vol. 6, p. 193. 1893. 

Chinch bug observations in Iowa in 1894. I. L., vol. 7, pp. 230-232. 
L894. 

Insects of the season in Iowa in 1893. Ent. Bui. No. 32. pp. 46-52. 
1894. 

Entomological work in the experiment stations. O. B. S. Bui. No. 
24, pp. 85-88. L895. 

Insects affecting domestic animals. An account of the species of 

importance in North America, with mention of related tonus 
occurring on other animals. Bnt. Bui. No. 5, n. s., pp. 302, 
illns. L896. 

Notes on the en t oinological events of L896 in Iowa. Bnt. Bal. No. 
(J, n.s., pp. 78-80. 189(1. 

Osborn, Herbert, and H. A. Gossard. 

The clover-seed caterpillar [CHrapholithia interstinotana). 1. L, 
vol. I. pp. 56-58. L891. 

Osborn, Herbert, and F. A. Shrine. 

Notes on A|tliidid;e. I. L., vol. 5, pp. 235-237, L893. 

Osboi ii, J. M. 

A stock breeding farm in Illinois. Rpt, Stat. L886, pp. 152, L53, 

Ouiy, f. w 

Sites for dams in Arizona. | 8. Rpt. No. 928, pt..">, pp. L80 184, 
is! in. 

Owen, D. A. 

Strange developments of stomata on Oarya alba caused by Phyl- 
loxera. 1. Ii., vol. 1, p. 327. L892. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 197 

Owen, Richard. 

An industrial college. A communication on the general plan of 
the college building, with the necessary aids to instruction in 
each department of education. Spl. uunum. rpt., pp, 2 J— 40. 1864. 

Oxnard, Henry T. 

On the prospects of the sugar-beet industry in the United States. 
Chem. Bui. No. 33, pp. 152, 153. 1892. 

Packard, A. S. 

The Hessian fly: Its ravages, habits, and the means of preserving 
its increase. 3d Rpt. Knt. Com., pp. 198-248, map. 1883. 
Introduction — Losses occasioned by the Hessian fly — Description of the 
Hessian fly — Habits of the Hessian fly — Effects of the worm, or larva, on 
tin wheat — Influence of the weather and favorable and unfavorable sea 
sons — Parasites of the Hessian fly— Remedies, preventive and general, 
special remedies— Periodicity in the abundance and scarcity of the Hes- 
sian fly — Its distribution in North America— Summary of the habits of and 
remedies against the Hessian fly — List of works and articles relating to 
the Hessian 11 y . 

Description of the larva* of injurious forest insects. 3d Rpt. Knt. 
Com., pp. 251-262, illus. 1883. 

Flat-headed apple borer {Chrysobothria femorata). flat-headed spruce horer 
(Melanopkiiat), flat-headed peach and cherry borer (Dicerca divaricate), 
longicorn larva under bark of hemlock, saperda on the willow, lesser 
pine borer (Atemum mastum), oak borer (ElaphUHon parallelism), common 
oak clytns [ Xylotreekus col-onus), ribbed rhaginm (Skagium lineatum l, lesser 
pronins i Orthosoma brunneum), unknown longicorn borer from an oak lo^, 
unknown longicorn larva in the sycamore. 

The embryological development of the locust. 3d Rpt. Bnt. Com., 
pp. 263-279,i litis. 1883. 

First report on the causes of destruction of evergreen forests in 
northern New England and New York. Act. Rpt, L883, pp. L38- 
146. 

The development of the bark-boring beetles Bylurgopa and Xvle- 
borns. 3d Rpt. Bnt. Com., pp. 280-282. 1883. 

The Dumber of segments in the head of winged insects. 3d Rpt. 
Knt. Com., pp. 282-246, illus. 1883. 

The systematic position of the Orthoptera in relation to other orders 
of insects. 3d Rpt. Ent Com., pp. 286-345, illus. i v 

Notes On forest tree insects. Bnt. Bui. No. 3, pp. 24-30. L883. 

Insects affecting the cedar or arborvitae Insects affecting the fir, Bprnoe, 
an<l hemlock— insects affecting the pine Insects affecting the oak — Far- 
ther facts regarding the extent of the ravages of the spruce bnd worm in 
Maine Further . l . 1 1 . i regarding the hackmatack, <>r larch, worm. 

Second report on the causes of the destruction of evergreen and 
other forest trees in oorthern New England and New xork. A.g, 
Rpt L884, pp. 37 l 383. 

Third report on the causes of the destruction of the evergreen and 
other forest trees in oorthern New England. A.g. Rpt. 1885. pp, 
319 333, illus. 

Fourth report on insects injurious to forest and Bhade trees. I'm. 

Bui. No. i;;, pp. 20 32, illus. L887. 

The sprnoe and baokmatack vrorms in i Sv 'i Bprnoe rone worm Pinip< 
reniculella), Green-striped phycid worm Meroptera prarella . aldei Ilea 
beetle [Haltioa aim . aldei leaf-roller [Ool&ehio oi ok striped 



198 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Packard, A. S.— Continued. 

willow span worm (DciJinia variolaria), herald (Scoliopteryx libotrix), brown 
Cryptolechia (Cryptolechia querdcella), beech spanworm (HyperetU »jy«- 
saria), cleft-headed spanworni (Amphydasis cognataria), Ichikyura strigosa, 

live oak Theela ( Thechi/aronhiti), live oak leaf-roller ( Tortrix quercifoliana ). 

Life history of Calothysanu amaturaria, a geonietrid moth. I. L., 
vol. 4, pp. 382-384, illus. 1892. 

Occurrence of Bueeulatrix canadensisella on birches in Rhode 
Island. I. L., vol. 5, pp. 14-16, illus. 1892. 

Occurrence of the hen flea (Sarcopsylla gallinacea) in Florida. 
I. U, vol.7, pp.23, 24, illus. 1894. 

Report on insects injurious to forest trees. Ent. Bui. No 32, pp. 
53-50. 1894. 

Page, John R. 

The improvement of wornout lands. Misc. Spl. Rpt No. 2, pp. 
207-221. 1883. 

Page, J. W. 

Scuppernong wine. Mo. Rpt. 1868, pp. 362, 363. 
Pague, B. S. 

Weather types of t lie north Pacific slope. Mo. W. R., vol. 23, pp. 
417, 418.' 1895. 

Long-range seasonal predictions for Oregon. Mo. W. R., vol. 24, p. 
368. 1896. 

Painter, William. 

Proper time for felting timber. Ag. Rpt 1849, pp. 367, 368. 

Painter, Minshall, and Joseph Edwards. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Pennsylvania.] Ag. Rpt. 1848, pp. 
436-464. 

Palmer, Edward. 

Pood products of the North American Indians. Ag. Rpt. 1870, pp. 
404-428, illus. 

Roots and tubers— Dried fruits and nuts— Berries— Fleshy fmits— Seeds- 
Miscellaneous -Cultivated fruits Animal food with vegetable substances. 

Palmer, M. H. 

[Report on farm crops, etc.] Ag. Rpt. 1848, pp. 366,367. 

Palmer, T. S. 

List of localities visited by the Death Valley Expedition. N. A. 
Panna No 7, pp. 361-384. 1893. 

The jack rabbits of the United States. ( ). and M. Bui. No. s , pp. 
84, illus. L896. 

Bird day in the schools. Biol. Burv. Oirc. No. 1 7. pp. I. L896. 

Extermination Of noxious animals by bounties. V. B. 1896, pp. 
.v, 68. 

The demand f<>i bounty— History of bouuty legislation — Expense of tii<« 
bounty system Objections t<» the bounty system What haVe bounties 
accomplished f- Substitutes for bounties— Summary, 

Pammel, L. H. 

New fungOUS diseases of Iowa. dour. Myeol., vol. 7, pp. 96-108. 
L892. 

The crossing of cucurbits. O.E.B. Bui. No. L6,pp. 94 ( .»7. L893. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 199 

Pammel, L. H.— Continued. 

Notes on the grasses and forage plants of Iowa, Nebraska, and 
Colorado. Agros. Bui. No. '•>. pp. 47, illus. 1897. 

Paparelli, L. 

Agricultural education in Italy. E. S. R., vol. 4, pp. 326-333. 1892. 

Institutions for agricultural investigation in Italy. E. S. R., vol. 
4, pp. 233-241. 1892. 

Parker, Isaac. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in New York.] Ag. Rpt. 1861, pp. 
187-192. 

Parker, Joseph. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Vermont. | Ag. Rpt. 1852, pp. 140, 
147. 

Parker, S. J. 

Culture of grapes in graperies. Ag. Rpt. 1800, pp. 402-410, illus. 

Experiments on grape cuttings received from the Patent Oftice. 
Ag. Rpt. 1861, pp. 470-478. 

Improvement of native grapes by seedlings and hybridization. 
Ag. Rpt. 18G4, pp. 122-141, illus/ 

New varieties of grapes. Ag. Rpt 1850. pp. 194-199. 

Parmelee, J. H. 

Mode of raising mustard. Ag. Rpt. 1845, pp. 397-399. 

Parry, C. C. 

Report of the Botanist Ag. Rpt. 1869, pp. 91-90. 

General character of the collection— Addition! during tin* year — The col- 
lections of Dr. Edward Palmer — Exploration- of the Botanist — Benefits to 
l»e derived from a national herbarium— Acknowledgment*. 

Botanical explorations in cast Tennessee. M<>. Rpt. L870, pp. 221- 
223. 

Report of the Botanist A-. Bpt 1870, pp. 108-113. Sketch of the 
royal gardens at Kcw . 

The North AjnericaD desert li<>ra between .VJ and L2 . north lati- 
tude. Mo. Bpt 1871, pp. 23-25. 

Perry, William. 

Report on form crops, etc., in New Jersey.] A«r. Rpt L860, pp. 

200-205. 

Parsons, Charles Lathrop. 

Report od methods for the determination of nitrogen. Ohem. Bui. 

No. 38, pp. 3] lo. L803. 

Parsons, E M. 

Comparisons of methods for tin- standardization <>t acid and alka 
line solutions. Ohem. BuL No. 36, pp.80 86. L892, 

Parsons, George H. 

The climate of Colorado and its effect on trees. For, Bui. No. 2, 
pp. 221-235. L889. 

Parsons, S G. 

[Report on form crops, etc, in Texas. a,g. l>'pt. L850, pp. 215 218. 



200 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Partello, D. J. 

[Report on the commerce of Sonneberg, Germany.] For. Mkts. 
Bui. Xo. 2, pp. 84-86. 1895. 

Defects in American products — Conclusions. 
Patrick, G. E. 

A standard milk test. O. E. 8. Misc. Bui. No. 3, pp. 123-126. 
1891. 

Composite milk samples in the laboratory. Chem. Bui. No. 31, pp. 
26-28. 1891. 

A new distilling flask lor use in the Kjeldahl process. Chem. Bui. 
No. 31, pp. 142. 1 t3. 1891. 

Partridge, Edward A. 

A method of filling a barometer. Mo. W. R., vol. 24, pp. 413, 414, 
illus. 1896. 

Patterson, P. W. 

Live stock interests of Maryland. 3d Rpt. B. A. I., pp. 254-270. 

1SS7. 

Live stock interests of Maryland. 4th and 5th Bpts. B. A. [., pp. 
4G6-470. 1889. 

Patterson, George C. 

Ueport on farm crops, etc., in Maryland. Ag. Rpt. 1852, pp. 107, 
108. 

Adaptation of the mountain regions of the South to sheep hus- 
bandly. Ag. Rpt. 1857. pp. 53-56. 

Patterson, H. J. 

What is the live weight of an animal! O. E. S. Bui. No. 16, pp. 
150-156. 1893. 

Report on the investigation of methods for the analysis of cattle 
foods. Chem.Bul.No. 13, pp. 157-162. L894. 

Report on the investigation of methods for analyzing cattle foods. 
Chem. Bui. No. I7,pp 24-29. 1896. 

Patton, William Hampton. 

Notes upon Ephestia interpunctella. I. I>.. vol. 3, pp. 158, L59, L890. 

Paulsen, Adam. 

The climate of Denmark. W. B. Bui. No. 2, pt. 3, pp. 640-647, 
charts. 1896. 

Payne, Albert S. 

Investigations of swine plague. Spl. Rpt. No. L2, pp. L65-172. 
L897. 

Payne, George P. 

Report on potash. Ohem. Bui. No. 35, pp. 58 -65. L892. 

Peabody, Chailcs A 

The Btrawberry and its culture. A.g. Rpt. L853, pp. 31 1-319. 

Peabody, Selim H 

\vii;it work is legitimate to the institutions founded <>n the Con- 
gressional grant of L8621 Unnum. rpt., pp. 12 17, in u Proceed- 
ings." L882. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 201 

Peacocke, James S. 

Method of cultivation and cure of Cuba tobacco. Ag. Rpt. 1847, 
pp. 428, 429. 

Translation from the original Spanish ^work of Julian Silvevra. Havana, 
1845. 

Peale, Rubens. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Pennsylvania.] A<x. Rpt. 1850, pp. 
410, 420. 

Pearne, Thomas H. 

Foot-and-mouth disease. Mo. Rpt. 1873, p. 450. 

Pearson, Alexander W. 

Remarks on grape rot and grape mildew. Bot. Bui. No. 2, pp. 54- 

63. 1880. 

Experiments [on grape diseases] at Vineland, New Jersey. Bot. 

Bui. No. 5, pp. 17-22. 1888. 

j Report of experiments on diseases of the grapevine at Vineland, 

New Jersey.] Bot. Bnl. No. 10, pp. 13-19. 1889. 

Treatment of fungous diseases. Bot. Bnl. No. 11, pp. 41-49, ill us. 
1890. 

Black rot. mildew, anthracnose, apple-leaf rust, pear-leaf blight, quince dis- 
eases, melon blight, tomato blight, potato blight, strawberry-leaf blight. 

Pearson, R. A. 

Care of dairy utensils. V. B. 1890. pp. 431-44 I. 

Cleanliness underlies all successful work iii dairying — Selection Of dairy 
utensils — ( lleaning — sterilization — Bnildings. 

Dairy schools. B. A. I. Bui. No. 17. pp. 38, illns. 1896. 

Pacts about milk. r. B. No. 42, pp. l ,( .>. illns. 1896. 

Oare of milk on the farm. P. B. No. 63, pp. 10, illns. 1897. 

Pech, F. 

Botanical history of sorghum. Ag. Rpt. 1865, pp. 299-307, illns. 

Classification and description of the Indian sugar cane and its varieties 
Natural classification and description of the varieties of sorghum. 

Peck, J. B 

Report of the Chief of the Seed Division. Ao-. Kpt. 1890, pp. 125- 

134. 
Report of the Ohief of the Seed Division. Ag. Rpt. 1891, pp. 451 

162. 
Report of the Ohief of the Seed l>i\ ision, Ag. Rpt. 1892, pp. 171 

494. 

Peden, James A. 

[Remarks on eotton in Buenos Ayres. Ag. Rpt. 1856, pp.270 275. 

Peffer, . 

Borticnlture in Wisconsin. Dnnum. rpt . . 171 177. in "Proceed 
ing8." L882. 

Pierce, Geoi | 

[Report on farm crops, etc A.g Rpt. 1848, pp. 365, 366. 

Pendleton, Mai k P. 

Report on the commerce <>t" Pictou, Quebec. For, Vikts. Bui. No, 
L, pp. 50, 51. 18 



202 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Pendergast, W. W. 

[Address on good roads. | Road Tnq. Bui. No. 2, pp. 7, 8. 1894. 

Pergande, Theodor. 

The cotton or melon plant louse (Aphis (/osst/pii). I. L., vol. 7. pp. 
309-315. 1895. 

Observations on certain Thripidse. I. L.. vol. 7. pp. 390-395. 1895. 

The plum plant louse (Myzus muhaleb). Ent. BuL No. T, n. s., pp. 
52-59. 1S97. 

Perkins, George A. 

Address on road improvement.] Road Inq. Bui. No. 10, pp. 53- 
57. 1894. 

State highways in Massachusetts. Y. B. 1894, pp. 505-512. 

First efforts for improved roads — Some provisions of the roed law — The appor- 
tionment of roads— Miscellaneous provisions ojfthe law — methods of road 
construction — Property rights, etc. 

Perkins, G. H. 

Notes ou Lachnosterna. I. L., vol. 4, pp. 389-392. 1892. 

Perkins, O. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Iowa.] Ag. Rpt. 1848, pp. 550,557. 
Perrey, M. A. 

On the destruction of the mildew by sulphate of copper. Bot. Bui. 
No. 2, pp. 89-91. 1886. 

Perry, Edward W. 

Live stock and meat traffic of Chicago. 1st Rpt. B. A. I., pp. 245- 
269. L886. 

Cattle trade and dairy interests of Alabama, Georgia, Illinois, 
Indiana, and Ohio. 2d Rpt. B. A. I., pp. 335-417. 1886, 

The cattle trade and allied industries of Michigan, Wisconsin, and 
Tennessee. 3d Rpt. B. A. I., pp. 125-170. 1887. 

Number and value of purebred cattle in the United States, ith 
and 5th RptS. B. A. [., pp. 339-358. 1889. 

Peter, A. M. 

Report on soil and ash. ('hem. Bui. No. 13, pp. 28-52. 1894. 

A note on the direct determination of potash in the soil solution, 
("hem. Bnl. NO. 13, pp. 65,66. L894. 

Peter, A M., and Arthur Goss. 

Report on soils and ash. Cliem. Toil. No. 17, pp. 30-45. L896, 
Peter, A. M., M. A. Scovell, and H. E. Curtis. 

( )n sonic sources of error in t he determination of potash fertilizers. 
Chem. Bui. No. 19, pp. 42-45. L897. 

Petermann, A. 

Agricultural experiment stations in Belgium. E2, S. R., vol. 5, 
pp. 550 558. L894. 

Peters, Edward T. 

Cooperative credit associations in certain European countries and 
their relation t<» agricultural interest-. Stat. Misc. Rpt. No. 3, 
pp. 1 17. 1892. 

Recent features of our foreign trade. St at. Misc. Rpt. No. 8, pp. 24. 
1894. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 203 

Peters, Francis. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Virginia.] Ag. Bpt. 18.j0. pp. 334, 
335. 

Peters, T. C. 

Sheep, wool, and wool depots. Ag. Bpt 1S4!), pp. 251-255. 

What are the prevailing races I — The condition of this branch of industry — 
The number of sheep, and the amount of wool clipped this year — Average 
weight of fleece of different races— Cost of keeping sheep through the 
year — What are your markets f — The system of selling — Are wool depots 
advantageous to wool growers .ml manufacturers \ — The object— Method 
of doing business — The advantages — The number killed by dogs. 

Green corn for fodder. Ag. Bpt. L855, p. 1GS. 

Peters, Theodore C. 

Report of an agricultural survey of the South. M<>. Bpt. 1867, pp. 
192-203. 

Petit, David. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in New Jersey.] Ag. Bpt. L852, pp. 
174, 175. 

Phelps, C. S. 

Irrigation in Connecticut. O. E. S., Bui. No. 36, pp. H-iMJ, illus. 
1897. 

Need of irrigation in Connecticut — Methods of irrigation in use in Connecti- 
cut — History of irrigation in Connecticut — Irrigation plants in DSC in 
Connecticut— Suggestions regarding irrigation. 

Phillips, James P. 

The Southern cattle "distemper." Spl. Bpt. No. 22, p. 142. 1880. 

Philips, M. W. 

[Report on farm crops, etc.. in Mississippi.] Ag. Bpt. L848, pp. 
505-510. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Mississippi.] Ag. Bpt. L 849, pp. 
149-152. 

[Remarks on the cultivation of cotton.] Ag. Bpt. L849, pp. 313- 
316. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Mississippi. Ag. Bpt. L850, pp. 
261 264. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Bfississippi .\i;. Bpt. 1851, pp. 
335 339. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Mississippi Ag. Bpt. 1852, pp. 
55 60. 

Phillips, W F. R. 

Meteorology and publio health. M<>. \v. B., vol. l'.J. p. 171, 1895. 

Atmospheric temperatures during the month of July. M<». w i»\. 
vol. 23, pp. 253 255. L895. 

Sunstroke weather of August, L896, Mo. w . B., voh 24, pp, i<>!> 
11.;. L896. 

Sunstroke in California and Arizona. Mo. W. B., vol. 24, pp. 
154 L56. L896. 

Clothing and temperature. Mo, W. U., vol, 25, pp. 200,201. 1897. 



204 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRKTLTURE. 

Phiimey, S. B. 

Cranberry culture. Ag. Ept. 18G3, pp. 131-139, illus. 

Experiments and failures — Soil — Drainage and water — Preparation of soil — 
Time and manner of setting — Insects — Picking and packing — Prolits — 
Statistics of the cranberry erop. 

Phipps, R. W. 

The forests and their management in other countries. Misc. Spl. 
Kpt. No. 1, pp. 10-11. 1883. 

| Position of Ontario with respect to forestry.] Misc. Spl. Kpt. No. 5, 
pp. 43-47. 1SS4. 

Pierce, Newton B. 

Tuberculosis of the olive. Jour. Mycol., vol. 0, pp. 148-153, illus. 
L891. 

Tbe California vine disease. A preliminary report of investiga- 
tions. Veg. Path. Bnl. No. 2, pp. 222, illus. 1892. 

A disease of almond trees. Jour. Mycol., vol. 7, pp. 00-77, illus. 
IS! >L'. 

Remedies of the almond disease caused by Cercospora circumcissa. 
dour. .Mycol.. vol. 7, pp. 232-239, illus. 1893. 

Prune rust. dour. Mycol., vol. 7, pp. 352-303, illus. 1804. 

Grape diseases on the Pacific Coast. P. B. No. 30, pp. 15, illus. 
1895. 

Olive culture in the Tinted States. Y. B. 1800, pp. 371-300, illus. 

The olive region of the United States — Thrift and longevity of the olive in 
California — Present acreage — The outlook — Needs oi our olive industry— 
Methods of propagating the olive — Grafting the olive Best location for 

the orchard— Culture Olthe olive on dry hillsides — Distance at which trees 

should be planted — Planting — Pruning — Pollination— Character of the 
fruit— Selection of varieties for planting — Extraction of the oil— Olive 

pickles — Diseases of the olive, 

Pierson, "William M. 

Grape culture and wine making in Bl Paso del Norte. Mo. Kpt. 
1873, J >p. 24, 25, illus. 

Pieters, A. J. 

Testing seeds at borne. Y. B. 1895, pp. 175-184, illus. 

The importance of having gOOd seeds — Methods of testing seeds — Proper 

( litions for testing seeds —Select ing samples Keepings record Length 

of time required - Apparatus. 

^rcd production and seed saving. Y. B. 1896, pp. 207-216, illus. 
General remarks How plants produoe seed — Cross and self fertilization — 

Home growing of seed- How BUCOessfullj conducted Harvesting and 

storing. 

Pike, Nicholas. 

The grape disease in Europe. A.g. Kpt. 1853, pp. 311,312, illus. 

Decrease of the wine culture in Portugal. A.g, Rpt. 1855,pp.302- 
304. 

The ravages <>i the leopard moth in Brooklyn. 1. L., vol. i, pp. 
:;i7 319, illus. L892. 

Pillow, G. J 

Water rotting hemp. Ag. Rpt. L845, pp. 704-706. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 205 

Pillsbury, J. E. 

Tea culture iu Japan. Mo. Rpt. 1872, pp. 286-288. 
Pinheiro, A. P. 

Storms in the south Atlantic. W. B. Bui. No. 2, pt 1, pp. 204- 
206. 1894. 

Piper, Horace. 

Hybridizing, cross-breeding, and degeneration of plants. Ag. 
Rpt. 1867, pp. 296-317. 

Pitts, Y. R. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Kentucky.] Ag. Rpt. is.")*), pp. 

278-281. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Kentucky. | Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp. 
356, 357. 

Planchon, M. 

Report on the Phylloxera of Europe and America. Mo. Rpt. 1S7J. 
pp. 55-57. 

Piatt, W. E. 

Report of Apache County, Arizona: its irrigation canals, reservoir 
sites, arid lands, ete. 8. Rpt. No. 928, pt. 3, pp. 443-445. 1890. 

Pleasants, Thomas S. 

Diversity in agricultural productions. Ag. Rpt. 1867, pp. 217-253, 
illus. 

The marl region of Virginia. Ag. Rpt. 1S6S, pp. 389-395. 

Status of Virginia agriculture in 1870. Ag.Rpt. 1870, pp. 267-291. 

Plumb, Charles S. 

Silos and silage. F. B. No. 32, pp.31, illus. L895. 
Plummer, Joseph P. 

Wheat vs. cheat. Ag. Rpt. 1849, pp. 455, 15(1. 

| Report on farm crops, etc., in Indiana.) Ag. Rpt. L851,pp. 1.11-433. 
Poey, Andre. 

Report on agricultural meteorology. Ag. Rpt. L869, pp. 1)7 ir>7. 

Fundamental bases The correlation and conservation of forces applied to 
the vitality of seeds and growth of plants— Influence of the solar sj st< m 
anon vegetable Life— Action of gravity upon vegetables Action of atmos- 
pheric pressure upon vegetables — How to calculate the temperature favor- 
able or unfavorable to vegetables Internal heal of vegetables -Action ol 
solar radiation upon vegetables Aotion of nocturnal cooling and diurnal 
heating of cultivated soils Thenoctnrnal increase of temperature, with 
height in the inferior strata of the atmosphere and its aotion upon \ 
hies Action of "lew upon vegetables Action of mists upon vegetables 
Act ion <>r light i solar rays) on the germination and growth of plants On 
tin- aotion of light in the prod notion of ohlorophj 1 and amnion Internal 
elect ii< 1 1 \ ol vegetables lotion of eleotricitj on the germination and 
mow t b of plants. 

Agricultural meteorology. Ao. Rpt, L870, pp. L13 L49. 

Necessity for agricultural reform and mode of procedure Action ol 
upon plants Different methods for protecting plants from frost Influ 
snoe of the color of walls upon espaliers Physical properties of different 
arable soils. 

Ponce, D. 

Chi the manufacture of champagne wines, A.g. Rpt. L856, pp, 104) 
305. 



206 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Pond, Charles H. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Connecticut.] Ag. Kpt. 1851, pp. 
179-185. 

Pool, J. 

Forage plants of Arizona and New Mexico. Bot. Bui. ]So. (>. pp. 
48-50. 1888. 

Poore, Ben : Perley. 

History of the agriculture of the United States. Ag. Kpt. 1866, 
pp. 498-527-, illns. 

Agriculture of the Indians— Spanish colonial agriculture — The Puritan 

English colonists— The cavalier English colonists — The French colonists— 
The revolutionary period — Agricultural societies — Establishment <>f agri- 
cultural lairs— The society for promoting public economy — The Arlington 
sheep shearing— The Columbia Agricultural Society — Cultivation or the 
\ in*- and the olive — Agricultural progress— Operations of the Patent 
Office— The United States Agricultural Society — Agricultural periodical 
literature — American l'omological Society — Agricultural colleges — The 
Department of Agriculture. 

Pope, John, and Samuel Bond. 

Report on farm crops, etc., in Arkansas.] Ag. Kpt. 1841), pp. 
171-174. 

Popenoe, E. A. 

Notes on the recent outbreak of Dissosteira kmgipenni*. I. L., vol. 
4, pp. 41. 1891. 

Post, J. w. 

.Maintenance' — expenses of brack on wooden and metal ties. For. 
Bui. No. 3, pp. 26-33, illns. 1889. 

Poston, Charles D. 

Irrigation. Ag. Rpt. 1867, pp. 193-200. 

I exas — Utah — California — Mexico and South America — England — Irrigation 
from cities — Spain — Italy — Egypt — India — China — .Japan — Irrigation sedi- 
ment Insurance of irrigal ion — Irrigation laws — Trans port at ion by canal — 
Capital for irrigating canals — China. 

Potter, C. E. 

Couch, or phin, grass. xVg. Kpt. 1854, pp. 187, 188. 

Potter, Isaac B. 

address on road improvement.] Road [nq. Bui. No. L0, pp. 50-53. 
L894, 

Powell, N. B. 

Beporl on farm erops, etc., in Alabama. | Ag. Kpt. L850, pp. 
:;:;:; 335. 

[Beporl on farm crops, etc., in Alabama.] Ag. Rpt, L852, pp. 
79 82, 

Powers, W. A., and G. C. Hopkins. 

On the determination of the acidity of milk and cream. Chem. 
Knl. No. 17. pp. L25-129. 1896. 

Piatt, Zaddock. 

The dairy farming region of Greene and Orange counties, New 
Cork, with some account of the farm of the writer. Ag. Rpt. 
1861, pp. II 1 127, illns. 

The making of good butter— Feeding the cows — Milking the cows — Carry- 
ing in the milk Setting the milk rime to skim the nroam — Tempera- 
ture Churning— The buttei Packing the butter — Marketing — Other 

1. 1! miug matters. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 207 

Pratt, Zaddock— Continued. 

Dairy farming, with some account of the farm of the writer. Ag. 
Ept. 1865, pp. 456, 457, illus. 

Pratt, Mrs. L. E., arid W. B. Ewer. 

Fourth annual report of the Ladies' Silk Culture Society of Cali- 
fornia. 11. Ex. Doc.No. 110, pp. 17-L'T. L890. 

Fifth annual report of the Ladies' Silk Culture Society of Cali- 
fornia. II. Ex. Doc. No. 203, pp. 10-16. 1891. 

Prescott, Philander. 

Farming among the Sioux Indians. Ag. Rpt. 1810. pp. 451-455. 

[Report on farm crops, etc.. in Minnesota.] Ag. Bpt. 1851, pp. 

465-4«;<S. 

Extract from the meteorological register at Fort Snelling, Minnesota 
Territory. Ag. Bpt 1851, pp. 601-606. 

Prevost, L. 

Silk culture in California. Mo. Bpt. 1867. pp. 285, 286. 

Price, M. M. 

The vine disease in Fiance (Philloxera vastatrix). Mo. Bpt. 1873, 
pp. 172-171. 

Prince, William R. 

The strawberry (Fragaria): Its species, native localities, and their 
normal sexual character. Ag. Bpt.1861, pp. 180-1*06. 
Th<* North American species of the strawberry and their moat estimable 
varieties — European seedling varieties of the Fragaria grandiflora, or pine 
strawberry of Sooth America — Fragaria ckilentis, or Chili strawberry — 
The species and hybrids— European indigenous species «>f the strawberry 
and their varieties. th< hantbois family — The European wood van. 
Alpine monthly, or quatre siasons — Green alpine or pineapple strawberry. 

Pritchard, J. 

The degeneration of the sugar cane. Ag. Ept. 1849, pp. 423, 424. 

Pritchard, Julius S. 

Remarks on woolgrowing and sheep feeding. J Ag. Bpt. I860, p. 
325. 

Proctoi, Frank W. 

Horizontal atmospheric rolls. Mo. \v. l;.. vol. 24, pp. .'5<i7. 368. 

IS! Mi. 

Wind nomenclature. Bio. W, K.. vol. 25, pp. 54,55. L897. 

Pullen, Isaac. 

The peach: Its propagation, cultivation, varieties, etc A.g. Bpt, 
1865, pp. 191-194, illns. 

Propagation Planting, cultivation, pruning, etc. \ trietiea LUtof varie- 
ties for genera] onltivation, given in their order <>t' ripening. 

Radford, Bennett. 

Report on farm crops, etc. in New Fork. A.g, L'pl. L851, pp. 
200-292. 

Ralli, John. 

[Remarks on cotton In Portugal. A.g, Bpt 1866, pp. 291,292. 

Rand, Edward Spiague, Jr. 

Recent rural publications. A.g. Bpt. 1^7;. pp.311 320. 



2( 8 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Rand. William S. 

Experiments in liquid manuring. A.g. Rpt., 1SG7. pp. 184-186. 

Randall. Henry S. 

Sheep husbandry and woolgrowing in the United States. A<*. 
Kpt. 1850, pp. 129-144. 

Amount of wool required by our population — Increase of population and 
prospective demand — Facilities for production— Competition of different 
countries in the wool zone— Profits of Bheep husbandry in the United 
States — Breed of sheep adtpted to wool growing. 

Sheep. Ao-. Rpt. 1863, pp. 229-247, illus. 

Selection, treatment, and diseases of sheep in the United States — Selecting 
Bheep for a farm— Soils and climati — The mutton breeds — The Leicesters 
The ( ots wolds— The new ( )\ fordsh i res — the Southdowns — The Hampshire 
downs — The Shropshire downs, or shropshires — The Oxfordshire downs — 
Merino sheep — The improved Infautados— The improved Paulars — The Sax- 
ons — The French Merinos — Silesians — Spring management of sheep — Turn 
in^; out to grass — Tagging — Burs — Lambing — Management of uew-born 
lambs — Chilled lambs — Constipation, diarrhea, etc. — Cutting teeth — 
Swelled neck — Rheumatism — Treatment of ewes after lambing — Garget- 
Disowning lambs, etc — Docking and castration — Summer management — 
Time and mode of washing — Cutting hoofs — Shearing— Doing up wool 
Storing wool — Registration — storms after shearing— Ticks — Attention to 
horns, etc. — Maggots — Salt — Water and shad* — Fall management— Wean- 
ing and fall-feeding lambs— Fall-feeding breeding ewes— Coupling, etc. 
Dividing flocks for winter— Winter management— Winter Shelter— Con- 
fining Bheep to yards- -Water and salt— Amount of food consumed and 
value of different kinds — Regularity in feeding — Diseases of sheep — Sore 
face and lips — Ophthalmia— Grub in the head — Locked jaw — Rabies 
( Obstructions of the gullet — Hoove — Poisons — Diarrhoea — Dysentery — Colic 
<>r v i ret (dies — Catarrh — Abortion — Parturient fever —The scab, etc. — Small 
pox — Hoof-rot — Mode of administering medicines to sheep. 

Randolph, Fred J., and Fred L. Francis. 

Thomas Jefferson as meteorologist. Mo. W. EL, vol. 23, pp. 456- 
k58, lllns. L895. 

Rane, F. W. 

Some undefined duties and methods of Btatiou horticulturists. 
(). i:. S. Bui. No. 30, pp. 76-78. L896. 

Ransom, L. A. 

Bermuda grass for bay. Stat. Rpt. N<>. 61, pp. 27-31. 1883. 

Rapley, E E. 

The soils and productions oi south western Louisiana, including the 
parishes of St. Landry, Lafayette, Vermilion, St, Martin, [beria, 
and St. Mary, rjnnum. rpt., pp. 10. L884. 

Rat hvi n, S. 8. 

Entomology and its relations to the vegetable productions of the 
soil, with reference to both destructive and beneficial insect-. 
A-. Kpt., L861, pp. 585 020, illus. 

Carabidie Carnivorous or predaoeous Insects Lamellioornfr: Curculion 
(•l:t Berrioornia Longicornia, or Capricorn beetles Priouida), or prion 
iana Cerambycida*, or oerambj <:m->. 

Entomology and its relations to the vegetable productions of the 
sod with reference to both the destructive and beneficial insects. 
Au. Kpt. L862, pp.372 390, illus. 

Insects injurious to the grape. >I<>. Rpt. L868,pp. L52-456. 

Ravem 1, H W 

Report on tin- weather at Charleston, South Carolina. A.g. Rpt. 
L848, pp. 198, k99. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 209 

Ravenel, H. W. — Continued. 

Fungi in Texas [iu its relation to cattle diseases]. Dis. Cactle, pp. 
109-173. 1809. 

Report on the fungi of Texas [in its relation to cattle diseases]. 
Dis. Cattle, pp. 172-174. 1871. 

Raynolds, Madison. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Ohio.] Ag. Rpt. 1852, pp. 256-258. 

Raymond, William S. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Michigan.] Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp. 409- 
411. 

Read, M. C. 

The preservation of forests on the headwaters of streams. Misc. 
BpL Rpt. No. 5, pp. 22-3S. 1884. 

Reardon, John G. 

[Cultivation of Florida tobacco.] Ag. Rpt. 1849, pp. 450-461. 
Reasoner, P. W. 

Tropical and semitropical fruits in Florida and the Gull' States. 
Pom. Bui. No. 1, pp. 7-110, illus. 1888. 

Records, J. H. 

Abortion in marcs and fatality among foals. 8th and 9th Rpts. B. 
A. I., pp. 375, 376. 1893. 

Redden, Laura C. 

Culture of the orange and citron. Ag. Rpt 1 ^<I7. pp. 147-154. 

Reed, Rowland T. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Indiana.] Ag. Bpt. 1851, pp. L24, 125, 

Reeve, James K. 

Report on truck tanning. Ag. Bpt 1888, pp. 663-683. 

Truck fanning— Its application to the work of the genera] farmer — The po- 
tato —The sweet potato— The cabbage -Beans Tobacco — Market garden- 
ing—Raising plants tor market— Marketing— Fertilizing. 

Reid, George. 

Report of the Superintendent «»t the Experimental Farm. Ag. Bpt. 
L866, pp- 25 32. 

Wlir.it Spring wheats — Bye — Oats — Barley Eli - hum — Pe - 

Beans— Pole beans — Grasses and clovers — Cabb 3 -Lettaoe 

( toions— Tomatoes —Potatoes — Melons. 

Reid, James D. 

I' lei no- pneumonia In Great Britain, Scotland, and Ireland. 6th anil 
7th Etpt8. B. A. 1., pp. L01-404, map. L891. 

Reid, John C. 

j Report on farm crops, etc., in Indiana. | Ag, Bpt L849, pp. I'M 
198. 

[Report on farm crops, etc.. in Indiana. A-. Rpt. L851, pp. L15- 
121. 

Report <»n farm crops, etc., in Missouri. A.g, Rpt. L852, pp. 316 
318. 

Reid, W 

Report of the American Pomologies! Society for New Jersey. \_. 
Bpt, L856, pp. 340 351, 
21713- N<>. I l 1 



210 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Reque, Lars S. 

[Report on the commerce of Rotterdam.] For. Bui. No. 5, pp. 58- 
7(1. 1895. 

Horses — Sheep— Males — Cereals — Maize — Barley — Oats — Flour— Rye Hour — 
Oat and corn meal — Glucose— Starch— Dairy products — Meats — Canned 
meats — Hams, bacon, lard — ( lleomargarine — Raw cotton — Cotton consump- 
tion — Cotton-seed oil and cotton-seed meal — Tobacco — Fresh fruit — Dried 
fruit— Canned fruits — Liquors— Flaxseed— Clover and other grass seeds. 

Reynolds, Edwin. 

Experiments with the potato bug. Mo. Bpt. 18G8, p. 361. 

Reynolds, John. 

Early agricultural history of Illinois. Ag. Ept. 1857, pp. 130-133. 

Reynolds, Joseph, and Simon Brown. 

Manures and their application. Ag. Rpt. 1865, pp. 3(58-395. 

Composition of manures — The sources of manure — Preparation of manure — 
Liquid manures — Special manures — Guano — Composition of guano — How 
and when to apply guano — Bones and superphosphates of lime — Saltpeter 
poudrettes — The application of manures. 

Reynolds, William A. 

[Report on the commerce of Frelighsburg, Quebec] For. Mkts. 
Bui. No. 4, pp. 48,49. 181)5. 

Rhawn, "William H. 

[Address on road improvement. J Road Inq. Bui. No. 10, p. 39. 
1894. 

Rice, Austin. 

Corn culture in Massachusetts. Ag. Rpt. 1841), pp. 236-239. 

Rice, Mrs. M. E. 

Notes on Entilia sinuata. I. L., vol. 5, pp. 243-245, illus. 181)3. 

Richards, C. Russ. 

The manual training and the apprentice system. O. E. 8, Bui. No. 
20, pp. 73-81. L894. 

Richards, Edgar. 

Principles and methods of soil analysis. Chem. Bui. No. 10, pp. (>(>. 
1886. 

Analysis of apples. Ag. Rpt. L886, pp. 350-357. 

Richardson, Clifford. 

An investigation of the composition of American wheat and corn. 
Chem. Bul. No. I, pp. 69. 1883. 

Report of the OhemiRl [Assistant Chemist]. Ag. Rpt. L883, pp. 
11)7 250. 

wiiai science can teach about wheat. Misc. Spl. Rpt. No. 2, pp. 
(i7 7(>. L883. 

An investigation of the composition of American wheal and corn 
[second report], ('hem. Bul. No. 4, pp.98. L884, 

Adulteration of spices and condiments. Ag. Rpt. L886, pp. 291-302. 

Third report on t lie c he mica 1 coin posit ion and physical properties of 

American cereals— wheat, oats, barley, and rye, < 'hem. Bul.No. 9, 
pp.82. L886. 

( Vitain plant 8 of economic value as food for man and stock iii Texas 
and New Mexico. Ag. Rpt. L887, pp. 282-290. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 211 

Richardson, Clifford — Continued. 

Spices and condiments. Chein. Bui. No. 13, pt. 2, pp, 129-259, illus. 

1887. 

Richardson, R. 

Report on agricultural interests of Virginia. Ag. Rpt. 1*17. p. 381. 
[Report on farm crops, etc., in Virginia.] A g. Rpt. 1848, pp. 491-463. 

Riley, Aaron. 

[Remarks on dairy cows. J Ag. Rpt. 1850, pp. 418, 410. 

Riley, Charles V. 

Remarks on the Ixodes bovis. Dis. Cattle, p. 168. L869. 

Report of the Entomologist. Ag. Rpt. 1878, pp. U07-257, illus. 

Insects affecting the cotton plant — The cotton worm— The silkworm ; a brief 
manual of instruction lor the production of silk — Nature of the silkworm — 
Different states or stages of the silkworm — Enemies and diseases — Varieties 
or races — Wintering and hatching the eggs — Feeding and rearing the 
worms — Preparation lor spinning— (lathering the cocoons — Choking the 
chrysalis — Kgg laying — Reproduction — Reeling — Food plants— The grape 
phylloxera— Notes on the apple worm — The westward progress <>t* the im- 
ported cabbage worm — Chapin's apple leaf-sewer (Phoxopteria nubeculana 
The thick- thighed walking stick (Diapheromerafemorata > — Nomenclat un — 
Characters— Destructive powers — Natural history — Its appearance every 
alternate year— Natural enemies — Remedies — The great elm Leaf-beetle 
(Monoceata ooryli) — The juniper webworm (Dapailia rutilana) — The clover- 
root borer (Hyleainua tryolii) — The clover- seed midge (Cecidomyia fegumin- 
ioola) — The apple coleophora (Colcopltora maliuurella) — Fuller's rose beetle 
( Aramigua fulleri). 

Report of the Entomologist. Ag. Rpt. 1881, pp. 61-214, illus. 

Silk culture — Associations — Sales of eggs and cocoons — Experience in 1882 
at the Department— New mulberry tree — Bnsiness \ entures; sale of i 
Summary of the silk- growing question — Pyrethrnm: its use as an inse< t i 
oide Experience with the plants in Washington— Chinch-bug notes — The 
army w orin | Leucania unipunota i — Scale Insects of 1 be orange— Insects affect 
ing the rice plant — The rice grub ( < 'halepua traehypygua) — The water wee\ il 
orhoptrtu simplex) The rice-stalk borer {ChUo oryzaellua) — White 
blast— Insects affecting corn, or mai/.o— The corn billbug (Sphenophorua 
robuatua) — The smaller cornstalk borer (Pempelia Hgnoaella) — The boll 

worm, alias coin w hi hi (HeliotktS nnniijir i — Tin* cotton worm (Aht'm 

xylina) The Urena nnomia (Anemia eroan) — The clover leaf- beetle (Phy- 
tonomua pnnelutua) — The vagabond orambus (Crambua vHlgivogellua) — The 
w 1 1 cut isosomai laoaome tritici) — The sorghum webworm ( Nolo aorghiello. I 
Tin- oatalpa sphinx Sphinx catalpa \ The osage orange sphinx | $, kageni i — 
The apple maggot ( Trypeta pomoaeila)— The vine-loving pomace il\ l l>i<> 
aophila ampelophilaj—Tlw pretty pomace fly | />. amasna) 1 'he ocellate 
leaf gall of red maple (SeXara ooetlarit) — Ladybirds (Coccinellida Lac 
Insects a aev< wax insect. 

Report nt* the Entomologist. Ag. Rpt L883, pp. 99-180, 

Silkworm notes Cabbage worms The rape butterfly or imported cabbage 

w ( Pieriarapa The Southern cabbage butterfly I*. pretodica) rhe 

potherb butterfly ( P. oU rox w) The larger oabbage butterfly P. mon 
The oabbage plusia (Pluaia bt rhe oabbage mamestra Hameatra 

< in nopodii i The zebra oabbage worm Ceramics /"< fa \ The oabbage p< o 
ne. i rmitin \i hniii nu\ rimoaatta] rhe oauliflo wer botis ( Hotia repelitu 
The oabbage plutella [Plutatlo. orucifarorum) Remedies for oabbage 
worms Poisoning devices Report on the causes ol destruction of evei 
green forests in northern Nev< England and Ne* York, bj L S. Paokard 
The larofa sawflj worm | Vematna erickaonii) rhe spruoe hod tortrix | For 
trir I'lnniit r.iihi I he spruoc aematns I yemaiw Integer The hemlock 
gelechia ( a, h . Inn a Ms J fa / in \ b'epoi t on progress in experiments on 
insects, u it li ot in i pi i. tics! suggestions, i»\ 1 1 « •. Hubbard L'he Imported 
elm Leaf beetle i < • . xanthoma la na More recent experience at t In- Depart 
1 1 1«* 11 1 — The lesser migratory locust. 



•J 12 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Riley, Charles V. — Continued. 

The army worm (Leucania unipuncta), 3d Bpt. Ent. Com., pp. 89- 
L56. 1883. 

Nomenclature— Geographical distribution — Capacity for injury— Past his- 
tory — Characters ; descriptive— -Sexual differences— Habits and natural 
history — Number of annual generations— Hibernal ion — Natural enemies — 
Remedies — Report of observations upon tli • army worm, 1881, by L. O. 
Howard — Correspondence anent the army worm, spring of 1882 — Account 
of the invasion «>f L880 in New Jersey, by Rev. Samuel Lockwood, Ph. 1>. — 
Bibliography. 

Clinker worms, 3d Rpt. Ent. Com., pp. 1 r>7— 107, illns. 1883. 

Classification— Two distinct insects concerned — Nomenclature — Past his- 
tory — Spring cankerworm — Fall cankerworm— Remedies and preventive 

measures applicable to both species. 

Edinburgh International Forestry Exhibition. Ag. Kpt. 1884, pp. 
167-176. 

Report of the Entomologist. Ag. lipt. 1884, pp. 285-418, illns. 
Cabbage ent- worms— The dark-sided cut-worm I larva of Agrotis messori | — The 
granulated cut- worm ( larva of xf. annexa) — The Bhagreened cutworm (larva 
of A. malefida) — The W-marked cutworm (larva of A, olandestina)— The 
greasy cutworm (larva of ./. ypailon) — The speckled cutworm (larva of 
Mamestra aubjunota) The glassy cutworm (larva of Hardeua devastatrix)— 
The variegated cutworm (larva of Agrotia anuria) — Remedies for cabbage 
cutworms — The imbricated snout-beetle — The wavy striped flea-beetle 
(Phffllotreta vittata) — Zimmerman's flea-beetle (P. zimmermantii) — The 
Colorado cabbage flea beetle (P. albionica) — The Colorado potato-beetle 
(Doryphora decemlineata) — The harlequin cabbage-bug {Murgantia Kustri- 
oniea) — The tarnished plant-bug (Lygua Uneolaria) — The false chinch-bug 
(Nysitu angustatus) — The cabbage plant-louse (Aphia braaaioa) — The oab- 
bage (Anthomyia brasriooe) — The cabbage oscinis (Oarinia bra88%cce) — The 
Rocky Mountain locust (Caloptentta apretua) — successful introduction of 
the imported cabbage-worm— General truths in applied entomology 
Kerosene emulsions — The .streaked cottonwood leaf-beetle (Plagiodera 
Boripta) — The southern buffalo gnal (Simuliutn)- The Augoumois grain- 
moth (Gelechia cerealella) — The cot tony maple scale (Puhinaria innumer- 
ablia) — The cranberry fruit worm (Aorobaaia voccinii) — The Larger wheat- 
straw isosoma (Iaoaoma grande) — Silk culture Rust of the orange, by 
II (;. Hubbard— Second report on the causes of the destruction of the 
evergreen and other forest trees in northern New England and New York, 
by in A. S. Packard — The destruction of sprucea in northern New fork — 
he truction of spruce in northern Maim — Condition of the hackmatack 
in 1**1 The reddish-yellow spruce-bug worm (Steganoptycha ratzeburg- 
iiinn) The common longioorn pine borer {Monohammua confnaor) — The 
sugar-maple borer (Glyoobiua aperioaua) -The poplar borer (Saperdu ogI- 
carta) Insects affecting fall wheat, bj l". M. Webster— The wheat-stra^ 
isosoma {Iaoaoma tritid) — Wheat and mass saw fly I Tenth redinidw) — The 
wheal midge (Vivloaia iritici) The American meromyza {Maromyza ameri- 
• niiiii The flea [ike uegro bug (Thyreooorie pulicariua) I Ik* tarnished 
plant bug ( Lygua Uneolaria) The soldier bug | Podiaue) The Held cricket 
(Gryllu* aobreviatua) Insects affecting rye [nsects affecting oats— The 
Btalk-borer (Gortyna nitela) 'Report upon insects affecting the hop and 
the cranberry, by J. r>. Smith Hop insects Cranberry insets Notes 
from Nebraska, h.\ Lawrence Brunei Notes of the year Notes on the 
grape ph> Lloxera •Miscellaneous notes. 

General i ruths in applied entomology. Ag. Bpt. L884, pp. 323-330. 

Regarding the grape Phylloxera in Russia. A^-. Bpt. L884, pp. 

105 i"7. 

In relet cncc to die treaty of Berne and the prohibition of the 
in trod notion of bulbs aud cuttings from the United stales into 
I Germany. A",-. Bpt. 1884, pp. l<>7. ids. 

The grape Phylloxera In graperies: Legal questions arising. Ag. 
Bpt. L884, pp. lo.s, 109. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 213 

Riley, Charles V. — Continued. 

Report of the Entomologist. Ag. Ept. 1885, pp. 207-343, illus. 

.Silk culture— Distribution of mulberry trees — Distribution of eggs— Home- 
raised vs. imported <-g^-8 — The establishment of matures, cost of producing 
reeled silk — Work on the Pacific Coast — On tlie precautions necessary in 
the production of pure silkworm e<;g8, and in properly wintering them— 
Flaceidity | Hacheries) — Pehrine — Wintering the eggs — Destructive locusts 
or " grasshoppers" — The Rocky Mountain locust ( Caloptenus spretus ) — The 
California migratory locust (Melanoplus devastator) — Nonmigratory spe- 
cies — The periodical cicada (Cicada septendecim)— A seventeen-year and a 
thirteen-year race — Two distinct forms or varieties, specific value of the 
different forms — The long period of underground development — The food 
of the larva— Method of burrowing of the larva — The transformations — 
The cicada versus civilization — The song notes of the periodical cicada — 
Variation in time of appearance — Enemies of the cicada— The supposed 
sting of the periodical cicada — < )viposition — Injury which cicadas cause to 
fruit trees — Remedies and preventive measures — Destruction of insect- as 
they issue from the ground— Substances that kill by thwarting exuvia- 
tion -To prevent ovipositing — Consideration of the two broods that 
appeared in 1885 — Summary of distribution and future appearance of dif- 
ferent broods — The influence of climate upon the races— The periodical 
cicada in 1XS(>— Leather-beetle or toothed dernisters | Dermestes ntlpiiuix) — 
The garden webworm (Eurycreon) — The dark-sided cutworm (Agrotia 
mes&oria) — The strawberry weevil (Anthonomus muscmIim)— The pear midge 
or pear diplosis ( Diplorie nigra [ I ] ) — Report on the locust jof the San Joa- 
quin \ alley. California, by D. W. Coquillett — Report on the abundance 
of the Rocky Mountain locust in 1885, Lawrence Brunei — Notes on locust 
at and about Folsom, California, by Albert Koeheh — Insects affecting fall 
wheat. 1>\ 1'. M. Webster — Third report on the cause of destruction of the 
evergreen and other forest trees in northern New Lngland— KYport on 
experiments in apiculture, by Nelson W. MoLain. 

The silkworm: being a brief manna] of instructions for the pro- 
duction of silk. 8pl. Rpt. No. 1 1. pp. 37, illus. 1 s ^~>. 

The periodical cicada. An account of Cicada septendecim, and its 
bredicim race, with a chronology of all broods known. Bnt. Bui. 
No. 8, pp. Hi. L885. 

Miscellaneous notes on the work of I he Division of Entomology 
for the season of 1885. Bnt. Bui. No. L2, pp.46, illus. 1886. 
Reporl on the production and manufacture of buhach — Additions to the 
third reporl on the causes <>r the destruction of the evergreen and other 
foresl trees in northern New England— The periodica] cicada in south- 
eastern [ndiana -Notes of the year. 

Report of the Entomologist. Ag. Rpt. L886, pp. 159-592, illus. 

The cotton j cushion scale (loroua purckasi) -The Southern buffalo gnat 
(Simulium pecuarum) fall webworm (Hgphantria ounoa Common joint 

U mm i /sos.nitti In, nh i --Wheal till';i\\ l-x.s .1,/. tHHci) Sills culture- 

Report "ii remedies for the cottony cushion scale, bj D. W. CoquiUetl 
Reporl upon supplementary experiments on the cotton j onshion scale, fol- 
lowed i»\ a report on experiments on the red scale, !•> Ubert Koebele 
Insects affecting small grains and grasses, i>\ l". M. Webster — Reporl <>n 
experiments in apioultnre, bj Nelson w . MoLain. 

Reporl of the Entomologist. A.g. Rpt. L887, pp. W 17'.», illus. 
The ohincb bug(/tft««M4 leuoopteruo)— rhe codling moth (Carpooapia porno- 
in ll,i Report of the year's operations in silk culture, bj Philip Walkei 
Reporl on the gas treatm< m for scale Insects, l»> l>. \\ . Coquillett I'he 
\ . 1 1 1 1 « • of arsenic as an addition to the kerosene emulsion used against 
scale insects, bj Albert Koebele Report <>u the season's observations, and 
especially upon com insects, bj I'. M. Weltster Report upon the Insects 
of the season in Iowa, by 1 1. rbert Osborn Reporl on the season's <>'■ 
i ions in Nebraska, b} Lawrence Brunei -Report on experiments In api- 
culture. ii\ Nelson w . McJ .am. 



214 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Riley, Charles V.— Continued. 

Tbe scale iusects of the orange in California, and particularly the 
Icerya and fluted scale, alias white scale, alias cottony cushion 
scale, etc. Ent. Bui. No. 15, pp. 9-U6. 1887. 

Nomenclature— Geographical distribution — Food plants — Characteristics of 
the insects— Mode of spread and distribution — Natural enemies— Prevent- 
ive measures— Remedies— Spraying apparatus — Fumigation— Bandages 
around the trunk— Legislation— Importation of parasites— Remarks con- 
fined to tin- orange— Prosperity vs. insect pests — Not an unmixed evil. 

Notes on Icerya: Its probable origin in the islands of Bourbon and 
Mauritius. Ent Bui. No. 15, pp. 27-33. 1887. 

Report of the Entomologist. Ag. Kpt. 1888, pp. 53-141, illus. 
Introduction— Miscellaneous insects — The plumcurculio ( Conotrachelus nenu- 
phar) — Introductory — Geographical distribution — Food plants — Habits 
and natural history — Natural enemies — Remedies — The supposed immunity 
of wild plums and Mr. Weir's theory as to its canst — Experiments in rear- 
ing the plum curculio (Conotraehelus nenuphar) from plums and other 
fruits — The (luted scale (Ioerya jpurchaH) — The original home of Icerya pwr- 
ohart and its validity as a species — Additional facts on geographical dis- 
tribution — Additional food plants— Natural enemies — The importation of 
parasites and predaceous insects from Australia — Remedies— The hop plant- 
louse ( Phorodon kumuli) — Introduction— Keview of the literatim — Life 
history — Remedies — Report on experiments with remedies against the hop- 
louse— Silk cultutt — Report on the year's operations — Distribution of 
silkworm eggs — Production of cocoons in the United States in 1888- 
Cooperating organizations — Apparatus for washing silkworm eggs — Scien- 
tific testing of cocoons — Indicator oven for drying cocoons — Caliper for 
measuring cocoons —The Blanc cocoon volumeter — Reel for testing cocoons— 
Purity of race among silkworms — Reports of agents — Report on various 
methods for destroying scale insects — The gas treatment for scale insects — 
Entomological notes of the season of 1888 — General observations — Special 
studies — The grape scale (Aspidiotus uvce) — The cabbage curculio ( Ceuto- 
rhynekus nani) — A new apple-twig borer (ElapkidioH ocellata) — Notes on 
remedies— Report on Nebraska insects, by Lawrence Bruner— Experi- 
ments on the boll worm injuring tomatoes. by s. M . Tracy. 

Our shade tiers and their insect defoliators; being a considera- 
tion of the four most injurious species which affect thetreesof 
the capital, with means of destroying them. Bnt. Bui, No. 10 
(revised edition), pp. 75, illus. L888. 

The imported elm -leaf beetle — The bagworm — The white-marked tussock 
moth The fall webworm -Remedies and preventives — The English spar- 
row -The future of our trees Trees which are uninjured — Good and had 

effects "i our t rees Prospects of the coming season . 

The mulberry Bilk worm; being a manual of instruction^ in silk 
culture. Bnt. Bui. No. !>, illus. l.sss. 

The willow shoot sawily (Phyll&cus integer), I. L., vol. L, pp. 8-11, 

illus. isss. 

The Morelos- orange fruil worm. 1. L., vol. 1, pp. 45-47, illus. L888. 

The parsnip webworm ( l>>/>rcssaria hrraclitnm). 1. L., vol. L, pp. 
94 98, illus. isss. 

Synonym] Earlier literature The species imported from Europe Habits 

:oid natural history Descriptive— Geographical distribution I I 

plants Enemies Remedies. 

A ladybird parasite. [. L., vol. 1, pp. 101-104, illus. isss. 

The habits of Thalessa ami Tremex, I. L., vol. L, pp. L68-179, illus. 
1888. 

Habits of Thalessa Method of o^ (position in Thalessa— si ructure of theoi i 
posiior ardor of the male Does the female oviposit in exposed lepidop- 
terous Larva). 






INDEX TO AUTHORS. 215 

Riley, Charles V. — Continued. 

Beport of the Entomologist. Ag. Rpt. 1889, pp. 331-361 , illus. 

Introduction — Business of the Division — Work of the Division — The tinted 
scale ilcenja purchasi) — Importation of the Australian insect enemies — 
Additional points brought out this season — The six-spotted mite of the 
orauge | Tetranychus 6-maculatus) — Food plants — Description and life his- 
tory—Means of dispersion — Effect of its attack — Time of appearance; 
effects of climate and soil — Effect of clean and careful culture— Remedies — 
The horn fly (Hcrmatobia terrata — first appearance, spread, and investi- 
gation — Popular names and errors — Life history — Amount of damage- 
Preventive applications — Applications to destroy the fly— How t<» destroy 
the early stages — The grain aphis (Siphonophora arena) — Past damage — 
Geographical distribution — Lite history — Natural enemies — List of insect 
enemies observed in 18*9— other plant lice found in wheat fields— Proper 
name of the species— Causes of the past seasou's outbreak— Remedies- - 
The work of field agents. 

Insectivorous habits of the English sparrow (Passer domesticusl 
(). and M. Bui. No. I, pp. 111-133. 1889. 

Bedbugs and red ants. I. L., vol 2, pp. 104-108. 1889. 

The carpet beetle, or so-called "buffalo moth." (Anthrenus scrophu- 
laruB.) I. L., vol. 2, pp. 127-130, ttlus. 1889. 

Insecticide appliances. I. L., vol. 1, pp. 243-249, illus. 1889. 

Modifications of the Riley or cyclone nozzle — The typical Riley nozzle — 
Modifications of the Eddy chamber -system of nozzles in the United 
States— Foreign modifications of the Riley nozzle. 

Systematic relations of Platypsyllus as determined by tin- larvae. 

I. L.,vol. l.i>p.3oo-;;o7. illus. 1889. 

Additional note on the Megilla parasite. I. L., vol. 1, pp.338, 339. 
1889. 

Notes on the pronnba and yucca pollination. 1. L., vol. 1, pp. 
367-372. issii. 

Report of the Entomologist. Ag.Bpt.1890, pp. 237-264, illus. 

Introductory — The bollworm Investigation — The army worm — The l>i 
cut worm (larva of Nephelodea violant) — Additional notes on the horn fly 
{Hcematobia terrata) — Probable parasitic insects — Cause of the season^ 
exemption — Some new icerj'as— Experiments against the black scale 
( Lecanium i,ii, i) The green-striped maple worm (Anitota mbieutida)— 
Range and life history Parasites Means against-— A ne^r peach i>< mi 
(Ceratltit eapitata) — The rose chafer I Wacrodactyliu tubepinotue) — Natural 
bistor; — Pood plants and rai ages —Remedies —Added experiences during 
the summer of 1890— The work of field agents — A brief statement <>t the 
work of the field agents of the Division. 

[nsectfl injurious to the hackberry. 5th Efcpt, Bnt Oom., pp. 601- 
62 >, illus. L890. 

The true clothes moth. I. U, vol. 2, pp. 21 L-215, illus. L890, 

The six-spotted mite of the orange T< tranyohus 6-maculatu$ . I. I... 
vol. 2, pp. 225, 226. L890. 

Platypsyllus : Egg and ultimate larva. 1. L.. vol. 2, pp. lmi 246, 
illus. * 1890. 

An Australian hymenopterous parasite of the fluted scale. 1. U, 
vol. 2, ] > i > . 2 L8-250, illus. L890. 

Cockroaches. I. U, vol. 2, pp. 266-269, illus. 1890, 

The rose chafer [Macrodactylus $ubspino$us), I. L.. vol. 2, pp. 
295-302, illus. 1890. 

Pari history -Natural histoi rohica] distribution— Food plants and 

ravages Natural cheeks Remedies. 



216 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Riley, Charles V.— Continued. 

The insect collection of a large museum. I. L., vol. i', pp. 342-346, 

illus. 1890. 

The type or systematic collection — The exhibit collection— Drawers and 
cases— Arrangement of biological material. 

Report of the Entomologist. Ag. Rpt. 1891, pp. 231-266. 

Introduction— The work of the season — A new insect ary — The tinted scale 
and the Australian ladybird — Importation of European parasites of the 
Hessian fly and the imposed cabbage worm — The gypsy moth and its 
parasites— Damage by the larger cornstalk and the sugar-cane borer — 
Spread of the horn fly — Hot water for the rose chafer — Lachnosterna 
experiments — Experiments with dormant scale insects— Scientific meet- 
ings at Washington — The boll worm investigation— Apiculture— Other 
investigations — Work of the field agents — Destructive locusts— Eastern 
Colorado- Idaho— 'the Red River Valley of .North Dakota, Minnesota, and 
Manitoba — Kansas— Texas, New Mexico, and Arizona— California — Insecti- 
cides— Food poisons— Caution necessary in the use of these insecticides — 
Insecticides which destroy by direct contact— Fertilizers as insecticides — 
The gas treatment for scale insects. 

Destructive locusts. A popular consideration of a few of the more 
injurious locusts (or "grasshoppers'') for the United States, 
together with the best means of destroying them. Knt. Bui. No. 
26, pp.62,illus. 1891. 

Kerosene emulsion and pyrethrum. I. L., vol. 1. pp. 32,33. 1801. 

Government work and the Patent Office [entomological J. I. L., 

vol. 1. pp. Hi, 47. 1891. 

On the habits and life history of Diabrotica 12-punctata. 1. L., 
vol. 1, pp. 104-108, illus. 1891. 

A new herbarium pest. I. L., vol. 1. pp. 108-113, illus. L891. 
Further notes on Pauchlora. I. L., vol. 4, pp. 119, 120, illus. ism. 
A viviparous cockroach. L L., vol. 3, pp. 443, 444, illus. L891. 
Report of the Entomologist. Ag. Rpt. lsirj, pp. L53-180, illus. 
Introduction — The work of the season — [nternational exchanges — Two dan- 
is importations— the introduction of Hessian il> parasites— Spread 
of tin- horn fly — The ox bo1 The rose flies of the united states — The 
strawberry weevil Experiments with the European white grub fungus — 

\< u observations 00 the elm lent heelh — Work of tin* field agents — Api- 
culture— The pea ami bean weevils — The sugar-beel webworm {Loxostegt 

$licticali8)—Lue history The short liorer or pin borer ol t he BUgar cane 

{Xyleborut perforant) — Habits of the Bpecies Suggested remedies — The 
technical mum- of the insect -The insect a i \ of the Division. 

The larger digger wasp. I. U, vol. 4, pp. 248-262, illus. 1892. 

The o\ hoi in the United States. 1. L., vol. I, pp. 302-317, illus. 
L892, 

Some interrelations of plants and insects. I. L., vol. 4, pp. 368-378, 
illus. L892. 

Structural characteristics of pronnba — The acts of pollination ami oviposi- 
tion Development and transformations of pronubia The bogus yucca 
moth Other species "i prodoxus Caprification of the fig— Generaliza- 
tions '»n fort nitons variations -Transmission of characters through 
heredity . 

Rose sawflies in the United States. I. L., vol. 6, pp. 6-11, illus. 

L892. 

The bristlj rose worm (Cladiu* peoHnieomii) — The banded Emphytus or 
curled rose worm EmphytuH cinotua) —Summary of the habits of the three 
saw flies affecting roses in the United States -Kcmediea. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 217 

Riley, Charles V.— Continued. 

New injurious iusects of a year. I. L., vol. 5, pp. 16-10. 1802. 

Further notes ou the new herbarium pest. I. L., vol. 5, pp. 40, 41. 
1892. 

An Australian Sycainus established and described in California. 
I. L., vol. 5, pp. 127, 128. 1802. 

Report on a small collection of insects made during the Death Val 
ley Expedition. N. A. Fauna, No. 7, pp. 235-252. 1803. 

Report of the Entomologist. Ag. Rpt. 1893, pp. 100-226. Illus. 
Introductory— The work of the season — Destructive locusts— The Western or 
Great Plains cricket — The orange mealy wing — The periodical cicada — The 
hop plant-house in the Norths eel — Damage to frail trees by the red 
ilea beeth — Farther bollworm investigation — Japanese insects — Another 
scale insect newly imported into California — Another enemy of the black 
scale— Introduction of Hessian-fly parasites — Work of field agents — The 
San .Jose or pernicious scal< — Previous investigations Sudden appearance 
of thespecies in the East— Natural enemies at Charlottesville — How the 
species i-s distributed locally — Stamping out the species at < ' harlot tesvi lie — 
Character of the species and its general appearand — The West Indies 
peach diaspis— History of thespecies in the Atlantic Stages— Occurrence 
in the West Indies— A dangerous species— Life history. 

The genus Dendmtettiv I. L., vol. 5, pp. 254-256. 1803. 

Further notes on yucca insects and yucca pollination. 1. L., vol. 
5, pp. 300-310, illus. IS!).;. 

Parasitic and predacious insects in applied entomology. I. L.. vol. 
<;. pp. 130-141. iso:;. 

The insects occurring in the foreign exhibits of the World's 
Columbian Exhibit I. U, vol. 6, pp. 213-227. L894. 

Bees. I. L., vol. <;. pp. 350-360, illus. isoi. 

The senses of insects. I. L., vol. 7, pp. 33-41, ill OS. 1894. 

Riley, Charles V., and C. L. Marlatt. 

The clover mite ( Bryobia pratensis). I. L., vol. 3, pp. 15-52, illus. 

1800. 

Wheal ami grass sawllio. I. I,., vol. I, pp. L68-179, illus. L891, 

Ringwalt, Samuel. 

The horse — from practical experience in the army. A-. Rpt L866, 
pp. 321-334, illus. 

Origin and nsefulness 111-- horse in w ar — The horse-; of the United States 
Action of European governments Horse breeding Judging horses 
Selecting horses For theanm (rom Government corrals On the relative 
powers of endurance for tin- iiifterent kinds of service of the several class* - 
of annuals daring the w a i limits and vices— Treatment— Food I' 
i— The tall of the horse. 

Ripley, Chauncey B. 

[Good roads. o. B. B. Bui. No. 1 i. pp. 70-7(1. 1893, 

Rising, W. B. 

Report <»u analysis of fermented liquors. Ohem. Bui. No. 31, p, l i. 
L891. 

Analyses of sugars. Ohem. Bui. No. L3, pi. 6, pp. 654 666. L892. 

Analyses of molasses and sirups. < 'hem. Bui. No. L3.pt 6, pp. 688 
Goo. L892. 



218 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Rising, W. B. — Continued. 

Analyses of confections. Chem. Bui. No. 13, pt. 6, pp. 723,724. 
1892. 

Analyses of honeys. Chein. Bui. Xo. 13, pt. 6, pp. 757-759. 1892. 
Risley, L. 

Root crops. Ag. Bpt. L850, pp. 38^, 386. 

Report on farm crops, etc., in New York.] Ag. Bpt. 1S52, pp. 
203-205. 

Ritchie, John D. 

Xanthium strumarium (cocklebur). 10th and 11th Rpts. B. A. I., 
pp. 99, 100. L896. 

Ritz, Philip. 

Eastern Oregon and Washington Territory. Mo. Bpt. 1809, pp. 

384, IjS5. 

Rouse, Lorenzo. 

The teasel and its cultivation. Ag. Rpt. 1850, pp. 315^319. 

Robbins, B. F. * 

[ Report on farm (Tops, etc., in Maine.] Ag. Rpt. 1850, pp. 295-300. 

Roberts, I. P. 

The science of developing and perpetuating milk qualities. Unnum. 
rpt, pp. 86-91, in •• Proceedings." 1882. 

The exodus from the farm : What are its causes I and what can the 
colleges of agriculture do to nourish a hearty sentiment for rural 
Life! <>. B. S. Bui. No. 11, pp. 80-87. 1897. 

Robertson, William H. 

Remarks on cotton in Cuba. Ag. Rpt. L856, p. 283. 

Robins, C. E. 

Resources and productions of south Florida, Bpt. Stat. 1889, pp. 

51 1-510. 
Robinson, Heniy A. 

Report of the Statistician. Ag. Rpt. 1893, pp. 465-666. 

Reporl of the Statistician. Ag. Rpt. 1894, pp. 113-122. 

Reporl of the Statistician, Ag. Rpt. L895, pp. 111-129. 

Manual of instruction to crop correspondents. I'mium. rpt., pp. 
28. L895. 

Report of the Statistician. Ag. Rpt. L896, pp. 115-122. 

Robinson, Norman 

Report on potash. Ohem. Bui. No. 38, pp. 52-68. L893. 

Robaon, w s 

Practical construction of roads in Texas. Road [nq. Bui. No. L5, 
pp. 11 11. L895. 

Rodger, P. T. 

Report on the commerce <>f Londonderry, Ireland.] For. Mkts. 
Bui. No. l, pp. 89 93. L895. 

Animals, cereals, dairj product . meal , cotton, tobacco, fruits, liquors, 
seeds. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 219 

Roesler, F. E. 

[Report on artesian wells for irrigation in Texas.] S. Ex. Doc. No. 
222, pp. 243-319, illus. 1890. 

Rogers, R. Y. 

Cuba tobacco. Ag. Kpt. 1849, p. 320. 

Rollins, John F. 

Florida as a home for emigrants. Mo. Rpt. 1872, pp. 495, 490. 

Romaine, Helmas. 

Horse breeding in New Jersey. Gth and 7th Rpts. 15. A. I., pp. 385, 
38G. 1891. 

Exhibition of the Vermont Association of Road and Trotting Horse 
Iireeders. 0th and 7th Rpts. B. A. 1., pp. 441-44S. 1891. 

Roosevelt, Robert B. 

Fish culture. Mo. Rpt. 1873, pp. 183-185. 

Rose, J. N 

List of plants collected by Dr. Edward Palmer in western Mexico 
and Arizona in 1890. Cont. Nat. Herb., vol. 1, pp. 91-110, illus. 
1890-1895. 

List of plants collected by Dr. Edward Palmer in Arizona in 1890. 
Cont. Nat. Herb., vol. 1, pp. 117-127. 1890-1895. 

List of plants collected by Dr. Edward Palmer in 1890 on Carmen 
Island. Cont. Nat. Herb., vol. 1, pp. 129-131, illus. 1890-1895. 

List of plants from Cocos Island collected bv the U.S. 8. Albatross 
in 1887-91. Cont. Nat. Herb., vol. 1. pp. 135-138. 1890 L895. 

Description of three new plants. Cont. Nat. Herb., vol. 1, pp. 289, 
290, illus. L890-1895. 

Report on a collection of plants made in the states of Sonora and 
Coliina. Mexico, bv Dr. Edward Palmer, in the vears 1890 and 
L891. Cont. Fat. Herb., vol. 1, pp. 293-392, illus! L890-1895. 

Two weeds new to the United States. A.g. Rpt. L891, pp. 355 358, 

Order OrobanchacesB — Branched broom rape (Oroban^ ramo9a) — Order 
Cbenopodia&K — Saltwortb (8al»ol* kali trar. //■</. 

Descriptions of plants, mostly new, from Mexico and the United 
States. <'ont. Nat. Herb., vol. 3, pp. 31 1-323, illus. L892-1896. 

Plants from the Big 1 lorn Mountains of Wyoming, ('out. Nai. 
Herb., \<>l. 3, pp. 567-574, illus. L892 1896. 

studies of Mexican and Central American plants. Oont. Nat. 

Herb., vol. 5, pp. 109-1 11, illu-. 1S!>7. 
Rose, J N., and John M Coulter. 

Report on Mexican Umbelliferne, mostly from the state of Oaxaca, 
recently collected byO. G. Pr ingle and P. W. Nelson. Gout Nat. 
Herb., vol. 3, pp, 289 309, illus. 1892 1896. 

Leibergeria, a now gennsof Dmbellifero from tbeOolnmbia River 
region. Oont Nat. Herb., vol. 3, pp. 575,576. I89ii 1896. 

Rose, J. N., and George Vasey. 

Plants from southern California Oont. Nat. Herb., vol. 1. pp, 1 fc 
L890 L895. 



220 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Rose, J. N., and George Vasey — Continued. 

List of plants collected by J)r. Edward Palmer in Lower California 
in 1889. Oont. Xat. Herb., vol. 1, pp. 9-28. 1890-1895. 

List of plants collected by Dr. Edward Palmer in Lower California 
and western Mexico in 1890. Cont. Nat. Herb., vol. 1, pp. 63-90, 
illns. 1890-189.-). 

Rose, W. H. 

Contagions pleuropneumonia in Maryland, the District of Colum- 
bia, and Virginia. Ag. Rpt. 1881, pp. 51-59. 

< 'ontagious pleuropneumonia in Maryland. IJnnum. rpt., pp. 214- 
224, in " Contagious diseases." 1883. 

Outbreak of swine plague in Maryland and Virginia. 1st Kpt. B. 
A. I., pp. 44G, 447. 1885. 

Southern cattle fever in Virginia. 1st llpt. B. A. I., pp. 461, 462. 
1885. 

Rose, "William. 

History of lung plague in Richmond County, New York. 1st Rpt. 
B.A. I., pp. 468-470. 1885. 

Ross, B. B. 

Method of determining citrate-soluble phosphoric acid by elimina- 
tion of citric acid. Chem. Bui. No. 7, pp. 19-21. 1885. 

Notes on sugar analysis. Chem. Bui. No. 24, pp. 179-181'. 1890. 

Report on sugar. Chem. Bui. No. 35, pp. 137-168. 1892. 

Determination of citrate- soluble phosphoric acid. Chem. Bui. No. 
38, pp. ld-18. 1893. 

A new reaction with ammonium phosphomolybdate. Chem. Bui. 
No. 43, p. 1)7. 1894. 

Presidential address before the Association of Official Agricul- 
tural Chemists.] ('hem. Bui. No. 49, pp. 6-10. 1897. 

Rotch, A. Lawrence. 

The international meteorological conference at Paris, September, 
1896. Mo. \V. I!,, vol. 24, pp. 366-367. 1896. 

The international hydrological, climatological, and geological con- 
gress, ill Clermont-Ferrand. Mo. W. B., vol.24, p.:»<;7. L896. 

('loud observations and measurements at the nine Hill meteoro- 
logical observatory, Milton, .Massachusetts. Mo. \V. If., vol. 2. r >, 
pp. L2, L3. ls!>7. ' 

Rotch, Francis M. 

Select breeds of cattle and their adaptation to the United States 
Au. Kpt. L861, pp. H'7 169. 
Short horn , l tevona, I [eroforda, A \ rehires, I l-a llowaj a, Jeraeya, <>r AJderaeya. 

Roth, Filibert. 

Examination into the physical properl iesof test material. [Timber 
physics.] For. Bui. No. 6, pp. 42-60, illus. 1892; 

Field report on turpentine timber. For. BuL No. 8, pp. 32,33, 1893. 

Timber: Characteristics and properties of wood. For. Bui. No. l<>, 
pp. Ll-63,illus. L895. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 221 

Roth, Filibert — Continued. 

Key to the more important woods of North America. For. Bui. 
No. 10, pp. 04-71, illus. 1895. 

List of the more important woods of the United States. For. Bui. 
No. 10, pp. 72-83. 1895. 

The uses of wood. Y. B. 1896, pp. 391-420, illus. 

General remarks — Wood as compared with iron — Wherein the woods differ — 
Where and how wood is used — Peculiarities of our wood market — Utilizing 
the timber. 

Notes on the structure of the wood of five Southern pines. For. 
Bui. No. 13, pp. 133-156, illus. 1896. 

Sap and heart wood — Annual rings — Spring and summer wood — Grain of the 
wood — Minute anatomy. 

Rottiers, John N. 

|lieport on farm crops, etc;., in New York.] Ag. Kpt. 1849, pp. 
109-113. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in New York. Ag. Kpt. L851, pp. 

192,193. 
[Report on farm crops, etc., in New York.] Ag. Kpt. L851, pi>. 

661-667. 

Rouse, Lorenzo. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in New York.) Ag. Kpt. 1 ^">1 , pp. 
194-200. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in New York.] Ag. Rpt. 1852, pp. 
L87-193. 

Hop culture. Ag. Kpt. L853, pp. 245-254. 

Rowe, Edward. 

[Report od farm crops, etc.. in Maine. Ag. Kpt. L851, pp. L35-138. 

Rowell, Elmer. 

| Report on farm crops, etc., in Ohio.] Ag. Rpt. L852, pp. 252-256. 

Rozell, A. B. 

The Oregon pea. Ag. Kpt. 1853, pp. 223, 224. 

Ruffiii, Edmund. 

Management of wheat harvest. Ag. Rpt. 1850, pp. L02-113. 

Southern agricultural exhaustion and its remedy. Ag, Kpt. L852, 
pp. :'»7:; 389. 

Rusk, J. M. 

Report of the Secretary of Agriculture Ag. Rpt. L889, pp. 7 15, 
Reorganization— Assistant Secretary -Publications Report of tie 1 >i\ bum 
of Statistics l his year's crops 1 li< Rocky Mountain region Report ol 
the Division of Entomology Report on ^ i l U culture Report of the 
chemical Division Sorghum and beet sugar Report of the Botanical 
Division- Report of the Section of Vegetable Pathology Report of the 
Division of Economic Ornithology unci Mammalogy Report of tin i»i\i- 
sion of Microscopy - Reporl on the textile fibers Reports of the A>grionl- 
tnral Experiment Stations and Office of Experiment Stations Rep I 

the Forestry 1 >i\ i- Reporl of Hie Division of Gardens and » .rounds 

Report of the Seed Divia Report <>i the 1 > i \ i - i , » u «>i Pomolo 

Report of the Folding Room The Library l he Museum Report on 
American agriculture at the Paris Exposition Correspoi jricul 

t in .il organizat ion Farmers' institutes Report of the Bureau of Animal 
lii(lusti> Meat inspection Disease experiment station — Phe dairy inter* 
est-,— Poult r\ Sheep and wool. 



222 U. B. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Rusk, J. M.— Continued. 

Report of the Secretary of Agriculture. Ag. Rpt. 1800, pp. 7-58. 

The export trade in animals and their products — Eradication of pleuro- 
pneumonia — Inspection in Great Britain— Inspection of exported animals — 
Regulations regarding Texas fever— Inspection of pork products— Meat 
inspection — Quarantine and inspection of imported animals — The Bugar 
industry — Effects of recent legislation — Reorganization— Report of the 
Bureau of Animal Industry — Investigation 01 diseases— Collection and 
distribution of in format ion — Dairy and poultry interest — Report of the 
Division of Chemistry — Report of the Division of Statistics — Report of 
the Division of Entomology— Report of the Division of Microscopy — 
Report of the Division of Economic Ornithology and Mammalogy — Report 
of the Division of Forestry — Rainfall experiments — Report of the Divi- 
sion of Botany— Report of the Division of Vegetable Pathology— Report 
of the Division of Pomology — Report of the silk Section— Report of the 
textile fiber industries — Report on artesian well investigations— Report 
of the agricultural experiment Btations and office of Experiment sta- 
tions — Report of the Division of Records and Editing — Report of the 
Division of Illustrations — Report of the Seed Division — Report of the 
Division of Gardens and Grounds — Report of the Weather Bnrean — 
Representation of the Department at fairs, etc. — Columbian World's 
Fair — The Museum — Adequate building facilities — Promotion of corn con- 
sumption in Europe — Representation of the Department abroad. 

Letter transmitting a statement of the expenditures of the Depart- 
ment for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1881). H. Ex. Doc. No. 
104, pp. ( .>s. 1890. 

Letter transmitting reports upon the operations of the Women's 
8ilk Culture Association of the United States and of the Ladies' 
Silk Culture Society of California, and upon experiments made 
in the District of Columbia with silk-reeling - machinery. II. Bx, 
Doc. No. 110, pp. 30, 1800. 

Letter transmitting a statement of the expenditures in the Depart- 
ment for the fiscal year ending dune 30, 1800. H. Bx. Doc. No. 
36, pp. 95. L890. 

Letter transmitting a statement of all appropriations in the Depart 
men I of Agriculture for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1890. 11. 
Bx. Doc No. 35, pp. 95. 1800. 

Letter transmitting the report of the Bureau of Animal Industry, 
S. Lx. Doc. No. 8, pp. 104. 1800. 

Letter transmitting ;i statement of all purchases of cocoons and all 
sales of silk and waste during the fiscal year ending June 30, 
L890. Also reports of the Ladies' Silk Culture Society of Cali- 
fornia and the Women's Silk Culture Association of the United 
States. II. Ex. Doc. No. 203, pp. 25, 1891. 

Letter transmitting the reporl of the Bureau of Animal Industry 
for the year L891. S. Bx. Doc. NO. LI, pp. L29. L891. 

Report of the Secretary of Agriculture. A.g. Rpt. L891, pp. 7-03. 
Wholesale pri< ea <>i agricultural products ;it Leading cities in all Bed ions of 
the United Stat i r rices of li\ <■ stock in Chicago market < !rop values of 
the year Agricultural exports Agricultural imports Ileal produots 
abroad Inspection of animal products Markets for American farm prod- 
acts— Corn in Europe Disposal of surplus crops The middleman Diver- 
sification of crops Home-grown sugar — Transfer of the Weather Bureau 
Farmers and the Department [mportanl meetings Cooperative work — 
International associations Reporl of the Bureau of Animal Industry 
i i Miir.it inn of pleuro-pneumonia Inspection <>i export animals- Inspec- 
tion of imported animals Vessel inspection Movement of Southern 
cattle Meal inspection Cosl <»i the wrork Reporl of the Division <>f 
Animal Pathology Report <>i the Division of Field Investigations and Mis- 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 223 

Rusk, J. M.— Continued. 

cellaneous Work — Quarantine Division— Report of the Division of Statis- 
tics — Report of the Division of Chemistry — Report of the Division of 
Entomology — Report of the Division of Botany — Report of the Division of 
Ornithology and Mammalogy — Section of economic relations — Report of the 
Division of Forestry — Report of the Division of Vegetable Pathology — 
Report of the Office of Experiment Stations — Report of the Division of 
Pomology — Report <>f the Division of Microscopy — Report on artesian 
wells, underflow, and irrigation — Report of the Office of Filler [nvestiga- 
gations — Report of the Division of Gardens and Grounds — Report of the 
Division of Records and Editing — Report of the Document and Folding 
Room — Report of the Seed Division — Report on rainfall experiments — 
Report of the Weather Bureau. 

Report of the Secretary of Agriculture. Ag. Rpt. LS92, pp. 7-<><J. 

Our foreign trade — Exports — Imports — Live stock exports— Prices— " The 
American hog" — Cattle — Indian corn in Europe — Reduction in cotton 
area — Imports of raw cotton— Cereal production and prices — Domestic 
sugar industry — Scope of the Department's work — Need of adequate com- 
pensation — Agricultural gatherings — Representation abroad — A retro- 
spect — Report of the Bureau of Animal industry — Texas fever — [nspection 
of import cattle — American cattle inspection in Great Britain — Inspec- 
tion of imported animals — Meat inspection — Animal industry publica- 
tions— Report of the Division of statistics — Report of the Division of 
( Ihemist ry— Report of the I division of Entomology — Report of the I division 
of Botany — Report of the Division of Ornithology and Mammalogy — Sec- 
tion of economic relations — Report of the Division of Forestry — Report 
of the Division of Vegetable Pathology — Report of the Office of Experi- 
ment Stations — Report of the Division of Pomology Report ol the Divi- 
sion of Microscopy — Reporl of the Office of Fiber Investigations—Report 
of the Division of Gardens and Grounds — Reporl of the Division <>t Rec- 
ords and Editing — Report of the Document and Folding Room — Reporl <>f 
rainfall experiments — Report of the Weather Bureau— Flood predictions — 
The distribution of forecasts and frost ami cold wave warnings — Reports- 
World's Columbian Exposition— Buildings — Future organization- -Univer- 
sal meat inspection — Pure milk — National standard of grain— Foundation 
for the future. 

Letter transmitting a detailed statement of all expenditures of 
appropriations lor the Department of Agriculture for the year 
ending June 30, 1891. II. Ex. Doc Nb.55, pp. 134. 1892. 

Letter transmitting a statement of expenditures in the Department 

for the fiscal year ending June 30, L891. II. Ex. Doc No. 55, pp. 
L34. L892. 

Letter in response to Senate resolution ot February 23, 1892, tran s- 

mitting the report of the agent of the I department of Agriculture 
for making experiments in the production of rainfall. 8, Ex. Doc. 
No. 15, pp.59, illns. L892. 

Letter in response to Senate resolution of March 24, L892, relative 
to certain employees in the Department, s. Ex, Doc No. 75, pp. 
5, L892. 

[Boad improvement . O.E.S. Bui. No. 14, pp. 57, 58. L893, 

Letter transmitting the annual report of the Bureau Of Animal 
Industry, s. Ex. Doc Nu. 20, pp.229. 1893. 

Letter transmitting a statement showing the expenditure of the 

appropriation for experiments in the manufacture of 9Ugar. II. 
Ex. Doc ffo.251, pp.3. L893. 

Russell, John L. 

Connection of the natural phenomena of the seasons with agriooJ 
tare Ag. Bpt. L864, pp. 321) 356. 



224 u. s. department of agriculture. 

Russell John L. — Continued. 

Tables of the leafing and blossoming of plants with mean temper- 
atures — Native and garden flowers. 

Russell, Thomas. 

Instructions tor voluntary observers. W. B. nnnuin. rpt., pp. 100, 
illus. (?) 

Daily river stages at river-gauge stations on the principal rivers of 
the United States for the years 1890-1892. W. B. annum, rpt., 
pp. 507. 1893. 

River stage predictions in the United States. W. B. Bui. No. 2, 
pt. 1, pp. 89-94. 1894. 

Rust, George W. 

Cattle raising on the Plains. 3d Rpt. B. A. 1., pp. L77-208, illus. 
1887. 

Rydberg, P. A. 

Flora of the sand hills of Nebraska. Oont. Nat. Serb., vol. '■>, pp. 
L33-200, illus. L892-1896. 

Flora of the Black Hills of South Dakota. Oont. Nat. Herb., vol. 
:;, pp. 163-536, illus. 1892-1896. 

Rydberg, P. A., and C. L. Shear. 

A report upon the grasses and forage plants of the Rocky Moun- 
tain region. Agios. Bui. No. 5, pp. 48, illus. 1S!)7. 

Ryder, Henry B. 

Farm animals in Europe. Rpt. Stat. L886, pp. 353-355. 

The northern exhibition at Copenhagen. Rpt. Stat. 1888, pp. 535, 
536. 

Salisbury, J. H. 

Analysis of the apple. Ag. Rpt, L850, pp. 518-524. 
Analysis of rhubarb. Ag. Rpt. L850, pp.524-528. 

Samuels, E. A. 

Oology of some of the land birds of New England, as a means of 
identifying injurious or beneficial species. Ag. Rpt. (.864, pp. 
386-430. 

I ';ilc<>ni(l;r —1 )nck haw k — < treat-footed hawk ( Faloo anatum ) — Pigeon hawk — 
Bullet hawk t Hypotriorchis oolumbarius) sparrow hawk | Tinnunoulus tpar- 
Coopers hawk (Aooipiter oooperii)- Sharp-shinned hawk (A.i'ns- 
l.'cil bailed hawk, winter falcon, hen hawk </.'»/<<> boreali»)-—aod~ 
Bhouldered hawk ( />'. linMtns) — Broad-winged hawk (B.penntylvanieus)-— 
Marsh hawk Harrier, mouse hawk (Circus hudsoniui) Golden eagle 
( [quila canadensis) -White- headed eagle Bald eagle (Halielus leucoceph- 
alus) Fish hawk — American osprey (Pandion oarolinensis)- Strigidffi - 
Barn owl (Strix pratincola) Great horned owl Cat ou I ( Bubo virginiua — 
Mottled owl -Screech owl (Scops d*i<> | Long eared owl ( Otus wiltonianut) — 
Short eared owl (Brachyotus etutinii) Barred owl (Sytnium nebulotun) — 
Hawk owl |).i\ owl (Snrniu nlul(i) — fellow-billed cuckoo (Coooygus amer- 
ioanus) Black-billed ouokoo (Coocygus erythrophtKaltnu8)—H.8Aiy wood- 
pecker < Pious villosus)— Downy woodpecker Sapsucker (P. pubetoens) — 
Black-backed three-toed woodpecker (Piooida arotiout Yellow bellied 
woodpecker {Sphyrapious varius) Pileated woodpecker'— Black log-cock 
(Hylatomu pileatus) l .v<i headed woodpecker ( Metantvpi serythrooephalus — 
Golden winged woodpecker Yellow hammer, Sicker (Colaptet auratus) — 
Rubj throated humming bird (Troohilus oolubrii) Chimney swallow 
(('imiiini pelatgia) Whip poor-will (Antrottomus vooiferus) — Night hawk 
(Chordeiles popetue) Belted kingfisher (Corgle aloyon) — Kingbird — Hoo 
in.ii mi (Jt/r<uiii<iH oaroHnensit) — Great crested flyoatohex (Myiarohus ori- 



INDEX TO AUTHOR8. 225 

Samuels, B. A. — Continued. 

nitus) — I-Ywee, Phehe 1 » i i «1 {Sayornis fuseus — Wood p. -wee (Cantopns 
viren8) — Least flycatcher (Empidon x minimus) — Wood thrush — Song 
thrush (Turdus mustelinus) — Hermit thrush T. pallasii) — Wilson's thrush — 
Tawny thrush ( T. fuscesens) — Olive-backed thrush — Swainson's thrush 

;. 8iraiti8onii — Robin /'. migraiorius — Brown thrush — Brown thrasher, 
mavis (Harporhynchus-rufus) — Cat bird (Minn* carolinensis) — Blue bird 
la sialis) — Black and white creeper (Mniotilta varia) — Blue yellow- 
backed warbler {Parula amerlcccna) — Maryland yellow throat (Geotk- 
lypis trich as) — Yellow-breasted chat (Jcteria viridis) — Nashville warbler 
(Helminthophaga ruficapilla) — Golden-crowned thrush — Oven bird (Seiurus 
aurocapHlu8)—\VateT thrush (S. noveboracensi — Black-throated green 
warbler (Dendroica virens) — Yellow-rump warbler — Myrtle bird I >.<■>><>- 
naia) — Pine-creeping warbler />. pinus) — Chestnut-sided warbler I>. 
pennsyloanica) — Yellow warbler — Summer yellow bird I>. cestira) — Black- 
poll warbler I 1). striata) — Prairie warbler \ it. discolor)— lied atari 
phaga ruticilla) — Scarlet tanager | Pyranga rubra) — Barn swallow | Hirundo 
horreorum I — ( lift swallow — Eave swallow ( //. lunifrons ) — Stamp swallow — 
White-hellied swallow ill. bicolor) — Bank swallow (Cotyle riparia — 
Martin — Purple martin Progne purpurea) — Cedar bird — Cherry l.ird 
(Ampelis cedror urn) — Shrik< — Butcher bird {Collyrio borealis — Red-eyed 
vino — Red-eyed flycatcher | Fireo olivaceous) — Warbling vireo — Warbling 
flycatcher ( V. gilnus) — White-eyed vireo — White-eyed flycatcher /'. n we- 
boraceusis) — Solitary vireo — Blue-headed flycatcher i / . solitarius) — Yellow- 
throated vireo, or flycatcher ( F". flavifrons) — Long-billed marsh wren 

oihorus palustris) — Short-billed marsh wren (Cistothorus stella 
House wren l Troglodytes cedon) -American creeper — Brown creeper ( Certhia 
americana) — Red-bellied nuthatch (Sitta canadi nsis I — Black-cap tit mouse — 

kadee Pants artricapillus) — Pnrple finch (Carpodacus purpm 
fellow bird — Thistle bird — Goldfinch (Chrysomitris tristis) — Savannah 
Bparrow Passerculus saranna | — Grass finch — Bay- winged bunting! PooeceU s 
gramineus) — yellow-winged sparrow | Coiurniculus passerinus) — sharp- 
tailed finch (Ammodromus caudactus — Seaside finch {A. maritimus) — 
White-throated Bparrow — Peabody bird — Wheat bird (Zonotrich ia a 
lis) — Snow bird (J unco h yemalis) — Field sparrow (Spizella pusilla) — Chip- 
ping sparrow — Hair bird {Spizella socialis) — Song Bparrow | Melospiza //<</- 
-Swamp Bparrow (M. palustris) — Rose-breasted grosbeak {Guiraca 
ludoviciana) — indigo bird Cyanospiza cyanea) — Chewink — Towhee bant- 
ing — Ground robin (Pipilo erythrophthalmus) — skunk blackbird— Bob- 
olink, reed bird, rice bird (Dolichonyx oryzirorus — Cow lord — Cow black- 
bird— -Cow bunting {Molothrus pecoru Red-winged blackbird — Swamp 
blackbird (Agelaius phaniceus) — Meadow lark — Marsh qnail (Stumclla 
iiki <i a n —Orchard oriole i roterus spurius) — Baltimore oriole — « rolden robin — 
Hang bird /. baltvmore) — Rusty blackbird (Scoleophagus ferrugim 
Crow blackbird — Pnrple grackle (Quiscalus versicolor) Common crow 
us amerioanus -Bine jay i ( 'yanura oristata i — Canada jay — Moose bird 

/'. risoreus • anadt n 

Salmon, D. E. 

investigation of swine plague, Ag. Rpt. 1878, pp. 132 1 1."». illu-. 

The losses of Bwine — rhe contagions bog fever— Means of prevention — 

Kxteul of disease, number, autl piT< entage of deaths Are these losses the 

result of a single disease f — Symptoms Post-mortem appearances -Nature 

oi the disease Hygienic and medii ;« treatment as preventive — Sanitary 

lations. 

investigation of swine plague. 8pl. Rpt. No. L2,pp. 123 134. L879. 

[nvestigation <d' Southern cattle fever, Spl. Rpt, No. 22, p|>. 
98 l il. L880. 

investigations of swine plague and fowl cholera. Ag. Rpt. L880, 
l»l». 387-454, illns. 

1 1 ion ot' chloride of sine on the \ Irus I (feet of putrefaction od 
virus 1 Men of drying the virus inoculation! with cultivated virus— 
Mi. roseopic investigations in regard to the nature of the virus Cultiva- 
tion of the \ irus investigations of fow I cholera Experimental study of 

the disease lsi1 i inuieablef I lie liquids oi containing the 

virus— Effect of taking the virus with! i Lre the germs trans] 

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226 I". S. DEPARTMENT OE AGRICULTURE. 

Salmon, D. E. — Continued. 

by the atmosphere! — Is the disease contracted from infected habitations? — 
Effect of putrefaction on virus, of drying the virus, and of diluting virus — 
The blood in the body retain-- it> virulence thirty-Biz Lour- after the death 
of the bird- -The alcoholic extinct of blood not virulent— Effect of salicylic 
acid on \irus: of benzoic acid on virus; of sulphuric acid on vims; of 
alcohol on virus; of boracic acid and sulphate of potassium on virus; 
ofboracic acid on virus; of carbolic acid on virus; ofcarbolated camphor 
on virus; of iodine on virus; of heat on virus— One attack of the disease 
protects against the effect ot subsequent inoculations -A certain number 
of fowls resist inoculation— Devitalized virus as a preventive — Attempts 
to obtain a mitigated virus— Preservation of a cultivated virus — Suscepti- 
bility increased by cold weather — Resume* of results attained by these 
experiments — Symptoms — Period of incubation and duration of the dis- 
je — Post-mortem appearances — Microscopical investigations — Intluenee 
of recent investigations on the theories of contagia — Theories of con- 
tagion and what is required to establish them — The contagium of anthrax ; 
of Beptictemia; of fowl cholera; and of swine plague — Intluenee of recent 
investigations on our means of preventing contagious dis. 

Investigations of swine plague and fowl cholera second report). 
Spl. Rpt. No. 34, pp. L3-80, illus. 1881. 

Investigation of swine plague, fowl cholera, and Southern cattle 
fever. Ag. Rpt. 1881, pp. 258-316, illus. 

Objects and methods of investigation— Cause of contagious fevers — Patho- 
genic bacteria — Inoculation experiments — Examination of liquids for 
bacteria ami of tissues for bacteria— Keeping distilled water free from 
bacteria — Preparing aniline staining fluid — The cultivation of bacteria — 
Manner of using the cultivation apparatus — Ultimate objects of Buch 
investigations— Investigations of swine plague — Investigations of fowl 
cholera — Virulence of the excrement— The efficiency of sulphuric acid aa 
a disinfectant — Virus not indefinitely preserved in earth — The germs may 
retain their virulence a considerable time under certain conditions— The 
sixth successive cultivation of virus in tubes retains its activity unim- 
paired— Pathogenic action of the bacteria — The bacterium probably exists 
m hut one form — Effects of a mixture of salicylic acid and borax on the 
virus; of benzoic acid and horax on the virus; of carbolic acid on tho 
virus— 'fhe medical treatment of fowl cholera — Attenuation of the fowl- 
cholera virus — Susceptibility and insusceptibility — Susceptible birds 
which contract the local lesion from the diluted virus become insuscep- 
tible- Insusceptible birds inoculated with sufficiently large quantities of 
virus succumb to the disease— Theories of insusceptibility — The narcotic 
of fowl-cholera virus Influence of the narcotic on the activity of the 
virus— The amount of the chemical products required to produce insus- 
ceptibility — Investigations of Southern cattle fever— Progress of the year 
in the prevention of contagious diseases— The Anthois method of vaccina- 
tion and medical treat ineiit . 

Prevention oi fowl cholera. Spl. Rpt. No. 34, pp. 314-317. 1881. 

The dissemination of Texas fever and how to control it. Spl. Rpt 
No. 50, pp. Ki-1 1. L882. 

Prevention of contagious diseases of animals in America. I'm num. 
rpt., pp. 32 37. L8£ 

Lteporl of the Veterinarian. Ag. Rpt. 1883, pp. l7-<>7, illus. 

investigation of Texas cattle fever and fowl cholera. Unnum. 
rpt., pp. 13 102, illus., in "Contagious diseases." L883. 

Investigations of Texas cattle fever and fowl cholera. Ag. Rpt, 
1883, pj). 18-C7, illus. 

Report oi* the Chief of the Bureau of Animal Industry. Ag. Rpt. 
L884, pp. L81-284, illus. 

Investigation <>f pleuro-pneumonia — Enzootics of ergotism Geographical 
distribution of Southern cattle fever— Investigation <>i -wine plagne — 
The ^ :i i"- disease <>i fowls, and the parasite by which it is caused, by 
Theobald Smith. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 227 

Salmon, D. E. — Continued. 

National legislation for the contagious diseases of animals, Unnum. 
rpt., pp. 13-29. 1885. 

Trichiniasis. 1st Rpt. B. A. I., pp. 475-492. L885. 
Includes remarks on salt used in packing. 

Report of the Chief of tbe Bureau of Animal Industry [to Con- 
gress]. 1st Rpt. B. A. I., pp. T-L'oii, illus. 1885. 

On contagions pleuro-pneumonia — On enzootics of ergotism — On Southern 
cattle fever— On Bwine plague. 

Report of tbe Chief of the Bureau of Animal Industry. Ag. Rpt. 
L885, pp. 431-568, illus. 

Action taken in regard to pleuro-pneumonia — Summary in regard to pleuro- 
pneumonia — Investigations in swine plague — Geographical distribution of 
- ratbern cattle fever — Tbe gape disease of fowls — Verminous bronchitis in 
calves and Lambs and its treatment by tracheal injections — United Si 
neat cattle quarantine. 

Second annual report of the Bureau of Animal Industry. 2d B. A. 
I. Rpt., pp. 9-292, illus. 1886, 

On contagious pleuropneumonia — <>n swine plague — < >n Southern cattle 
fever — <>n gapes in fowls — Ou verminous bronchitis lung worms On 

ne.it cattle quarantine. 

Report on the beef supply of the United States and the export 
trade in animals and animal products. Unnum. rpt., pp. 15. 

IS! Ml. 

Report of the Chief of the Bureau of Animal Industry for L893. 
10th and 11th Rpts. B. A. L,pp. 7-24. 1896. 

Report of tbe Obief of tbe Bureau of Animal Industry for 1894. 
10th and 11th Rpts. B. A. I., pp. 25-39. 1896. 

Black quarter, LOth and 11th Rpts. B. A. 1.. pp. 84-87. 1896. 

Actinomycosis, or lumpy jaw. loth and 11th Bpts. B. A. 1.. pp. 88 
01. L896. 

Report of the Chief <>t the Bureau of Animal Industry. Ag. Rpt. 

1886, pp. 539-686, illus. 

Progress of pleuro-pueumonia and action taken in regard to it Investiga- 
tions of swine disease) — Preliminary investigations concerning infectious 
pleuro pneumonia in swim- (swine plague . 

[Address before the National Cattle-growers' Convention held at 
Kansas City, Missouri, October 31 and November l audi'. L887. 

I 'niiiiin. rpt., p|». 7-1 1. L887. 

Report <>f the Chief of the Bureau. 3d Rpt. B. A L, pp. 9-104, 
Mlns. L887. 

Report of the Chief of tbe Bureau of Animal I odustry. A.g. R pt. 

1887, pp 157 522, illus. 

Operations of the Bureau- Pleuropneumonia -Further investigations on 
the nature and prevention of hog cholera further investigations on the 
etiology of infectious pneumouia in swine (twine plague) -United States 
neal catt le quarantine. 

Report <>i' the Cliiel of tbe Bureau of Animal Industry, A.g. Rpt. 
L888, pp. 1 15, 219. 

Operations of the Bureau— Pleoro-pnenmonia The work in Sen York 

w oi k in New .i. rsej I 1m- vrork in Pennsylvania I 'in- wrork in Maryland— 
The work in Virginia— The work m Illinois— The frork .i^ a w] 



228 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Salmon, D. E. — Continued. 

Glanders— Prevention of hog cholera — Isolation, disinfection, and cleanli- 
ness as preventive measures — Treatment of hog cholera — Hog cholera in 
Sweden and Denmark — France — Experiments on the attenuation of hog 
cholera bacilli by heat— Investigations of an outbreak of infections swine 
diseases near Baltimore, Md., September, 1888— Sonie general observations 
ot this epizootic — Investigations of swine diseases in Iowa — Some observa- 
tions on the biology and pathogenic activity of the swine-plague germ 
from Iowa — Notes on two outbreaks <>t' swine disease in Virginia and 
Maryland — The etiology and diagnosis of -landers — United States cattle 
quarantine. 

Report of the Chief of the Bureau of Animal Industry. Ag. Rpt. 

L889, pp. 49-110. 

Pleuro-pneumonia — Work in New York — Work in New Jersey — Work in Penn- 
sylvania — Work in Maryland — The work as a whole— Comparison with the 
previous year— Regulations concerning Texas lever — Glanders — United 
states cattle quaran tint — Inoculation as a preventive of swine disease - 
The beef supply of the United States and the leading conditions govern- 
ing the juice of cattle — The export trade in animals and meat products — 
Investigations of infections animal diseases — On two outbreaks of modi- 
fied hog cholera — Swine plague — Investigations of Texas fever— Anthrax — 
Glanders — Interstitial pneumonia in cattle — Tuberculosis in domesticated 
animals. 

Report of the Chief of the Bureau of Animal Industry. 1th and 
• »tIi Rpts. P». A. L, pp. 9-160, illus. L889. 

Progress of the work of extirpating pleuro-pneumonia — Beef supply of the 
United States and conditions governing the price of cat tie — United States 
neat cattle quarantine — Glanders — Nature and prevention of hog cholera; 
investigations of 1887 — Etiology of infections pneumonia in swine; inves- 
tigat ions of 1887 — Experiments on the attenuation of hog cholera by heat ; 
investigations of ixxx — Prevention of hog cholera — Treatment of hog 
cholera— Hog cholera in Sweden and Denmark— Hog cholera in Frame. 

Report of the Chief of the Bureau of Animal Industry. Ag. Rpt. 
L890, pp. 75-132. 

Pleuro-pneumonia — Work in New York — Work in New Jersey — Work in 
Maryland — The work as a whol< — ( lomparisons with previous years— Regu- 
lations Concerning Texas fever — Inspection of American cattle in Great 
Britain — inspection of export cattle before shipment — Inspection and 
quarantine <•! imported animals — Inspection of salted meats for export — 
investigation of reported diseases —Scientific in\ estigations — Son t hern, or 
Texas, fever of cattb — Swine diseases — Glanders — Publications — Condi- 
tions affecting the price of hogB — United states cattle quarantine— Inves- 
tigations of the infections diseases of cat tie — Invest igatious of Texas cattle 
fever The relation of licks to Texas cattle fever Swine diseases An 
experiment to test the value of subcutaneous injections of hog cholera. 
bacilli as a means of preventing bog cholera— An experiment to icst the 
value of injections of bog cholera bacilli into the veins ;is a means of pro- 
ducing immunity Swine plague Two outbreaks of hog cholera- Inves- 
tigation ot E. A. de s. hweinitx — Hog cholera — Experiments upon hogs — 
Swine plague — Miscellaneous. 

Report on inoculation as a preventive of swine diseases. Unuum. 

rpt.. |>|>. H). L890. 

Report oi the Chief of the Bureau of Animal [ndustry. A.g.Kpt. 
L891, pp. (S3 I li\ 

Operations of the Bureau- Inspection <>f export cattle— Meat inspection — 
Inspection of American cattle at British ports— Protective regulations- 
International <<m: Inspection Division — Contagious pleuro- 
pneumonia Movement of Southern cattle inspection of export animals — 
Inspection of imported animals Inspection in Greal Britain Vessel 
inspection -Meal inspection Cost of the work Mixtion of \nimal 
Pathology—- Division of field investigations ami Miscellaneous Work — 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 229 

Salmon, D. E. — Continued. 

Quarantine Division — Publications — Investigation of infections diseases 
of domesticated animals — .Swine plague — Texas fever — Pneumonia in cat- 
tle — Experiments with the milk of tuberculous <;ittl» — Abortion in mares — 
Miscellaneous work — Investigation of the effects of bacteria products in 
the prevention of diseases — Swine-plague experiments upon hogs— Hog 
cholera — Glanders. 

Ifeport of the Chief of the Bureau of Animal Industry. 6th and 
7th Rpts. B. A. I., pp. 7-93. 1891. 

Investigations of infectious animal diseases — Transactions of the Burean 
for 1#!)<) — Scientific investigations. 

Report of the Chief of the Bureau of Animal Industry. Ag. Rpt. 
1892, pp. 85-122. 

Inspection Division — Contagions pleuropneumonia — Movement of cattle 
from splenetic fever district — Regulations concerning cattle transporta- 
tion— Inspection of export animali — Inspection of import animals — Revo- 
cation of older requiring slaughter of Bheep landed in Great Britain — 
inspection of American cattle in Great Britain — Vessel inspection — Meat 
inspection— Exportation of inspected pork products — Division of Animal 
Pathology— Division of field Investigations and Miscellaneous Work — 
Quarantine Division — Publications— Investigations of infectious diseases 
of domesticated animals — Investigations conducted by the Biochemic 
Laboratory during L892. 

Results of experiments with inoculation for the prevention of hog 
cholera. F. B. No. 8, pp. 40, 1892. 

Report of the Chief of the Bureau of Animal Industry. Ag. Rpt. 
L893, pp. L23-168. 

Work of the year— Eradication and control of contagious disease — Conta- 
gious pleuropneumonia— Texas fever— Maladie du coit — Tuberculosis- 
Glanders — Inspection of animals in transit — Inspection of Southern cat- 
tlt — inspection of import animal: — Inspection of export animals - \ esse! 
inspection— Inspection of American cattle in Greal Britain— Meat inspec- 
tion— Improvement of the microscopic work — < 'ost of inspection — Exports 
of inspected pork — Additional legislation needed -future work or the 
Inspection Division — Publications — Investigation of infectious diseases of 
domesticated animals— Tuberculosis in cattle— Texas cattle fever -Bron- 
chopneumonia and interstitial pneumonia in cattle— Swine dis< 
Cornstalk disease— Rabies in cattle— Miscellaneous investigations— The 
ase of bacteria Laving pathogenic properties in the destruction of small 
animals injurious to agriculture— Possibilities and limitation- of the 
method— Work conducted in the Biochemic Laboratory— Tuberculiu 
tests — Glanders— Miscellaneous investigations. 

Report upon the investigations relating to the treatment of Lumpy 
jaw, or actinomycosis, in cattle. B. A. I. Bui. No. 2, pp. 90. ill us. 
1893. 

Report of the Chief of the Bureau of Animal [ndnstry for L891. 
8th and Utb Rpts. I>. A. I., pp. 1 1-11. L893. 

Report of the Chief of the Bureau of Animal Industry for L892, 
Mli and '.Mli Rpts. B. A. 1.. pp. 71-104. 

Report upon investigations relating to the treatment of lump; jaw. 
or actinomycosis, m cattle. 8th and 9th Rpts. r>. A. I., pp 109 
L35. 1893, 

I directions for the pasteurization of milk. B. A . [. Circ. No l . p. L, 
illus. L894. 

Wheat as a food for growing and fattening animals. B. A. l. ( 'ire 
No. 2, pp. I. L894. 



*2oO 1". B. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, 

Salmon. D. E.— Continued. 

Report of the Chiel of the Bureau of Animal Industry. Ag.Rpt. 
L894, pp. L03-112. 

Meat inspection— Microscopic investigation of pork — Inspection of export 
animals — Vessel inspection — Stock yards inspection — Inspection in Great 
Britain of animals from the United State — Inspection and quarantine of 
imported animal. — Scientific investigations — Publications — Remarks on 
the condition of the service and recommendations for the current year — 
Regulations for securing the destruction of carcasses unfit for food — 
Inspection of imported horses — Additional regulations needed concerning 
importation <>f cattle from Mexico — Extension of the Bureau work — Work 
in regard to tuberculosis. 

The Federal meat inspection. V. B. 1894, pp. 67-80. 

Growth of the inspection — Diseases discovered by the inspection — Reasons 
for condemning carcasses — Advantages and disadvantages of large abat- 
toirs — The cost of meat inspection — The importance of meat inspection — 
\ esse! inspection — stock-yards inspection — inspection in Great Britain of 

animals from the United states — Inspection and quarantine of imported 

anim ils. 

Bog cholera and swine plague. F. I>. Xo. 24, pp. 10. is«>4. 

Report of the Chief of the Bureau of Animal Industry. Ag. Bpti 
L895, pp. !>7-l(><>. 

M«at inspection — Vessel and stock-yards inspection — Inspection and quar- 
antine of imported animals — Scientific work — Establishment of Dairy 
Division— Publications— Appropriation and expenditure— Recommenda- 
tions. 

Report of the Chief of the Bureau of Animal Industry. Ag. Rpt. 
189G, pp. 1-8. 

M « ■ ; 1 1 inspection — Southern cattle inspection and quarantine of imported 
animals — Work of the Pathological Division — Work of xhe] >airy Division — 
Publications. 

Report of the Chief of The Bureau of Animal Industry. Ag. Rpt. 
1897, pp. L85-198. 

Meat inspection — Work of the Pathological Division — "Work of the Bio- 
chemic Division — Work of the Zoological Laboratory — Work of the Dairy 
Division— Work lor the fiscal year ending June :!<>, 1897. 

Directions for use of blackleg virus. B. A. I. Circ. No. 21, pp. «'.. 

illus. 1897. 

Exports of a n i m;ils ami their i nod nets. B. A. I. ('ire. No. 1 7. pp. 3. 
L897. 

Preventive vaccination against blackleg. B. A. I. Circ. N<>. 20, 
pp. 2. L897. 

Report of the Chief ol the Bureau of Animal industry for i> ( .»">. 
li'ili and L3th Rpts.'B. A. I., pp. 7-20. L897, 

Report of the Chief of the Bureau <>f Animal industry for L896. 
H'tli ami L3th Rpts, B. A. I., pp. 21-35. L897. 

Salviate, E. de. 

Cooperative dairies in Sweden. Mo. Rpt. L872, pp. 452-457. 

Samuel, G. W. 

[Bemarks on hemp culture. A.g. Rpt. 1849, pp. 328, 329. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 231 

Samuels. Edward A. 

Mammalogy and ornithology of New England, with reference to 
agricultural economy. Ag. Rpt. 1893, pp. 265-266. 

Cheiroptera — Insect ivora — Carnivora — Rodentia — Ruminantia — Marsnpi- 
ata — Insects — Orthoptera -- Neuroptera — Hemiptera— Lepidoptera— 
Hymenoptera — I >iptera — Birds — Raptores literally robbers | — Scan- 

es perchers — C lama tores screamers — Oscines sing 
Rasores scratchers) — Grallatores (waders . 

Value of birds on the rami. Ag. Rpt. 1867, pp. 201-208. 

Sanborn, J. W. 

Relation of tillage to soil physics. Oi E. S. AI isc. Bui. No. 3, pp. 
97-102. L891. 

Sanders, J. H. 

Horse breeding- for the turf, the road, and the farm. .Misc. Spl. 
Rpt. No. 2, pp. 229-232. L883. 

Hamburg international exhibition. 1st Rpt. B. A. I., pp. 381 
1 $85. 

Sanders, Lewis. 

New mode of water-rotting hemp. Ag. Upt. 1849, pp. 329, 330. 

Sanford, J. O 

Practical results of the daily care of common roads. Road Imp 
Circ. No. 24, pp. 1. 2. L897. 

Sanfoid. William R. 

Fiue-wooled sheep. Ag. Rpt. 1864, pp. 185-192, illus. 

Sanger. J P. 

[Good road-. O. E. 8. Bui. No. 14, pp. 69, 70. 1893. 

Sargent, A. A. 

Viticulture iiH California. Unnum. rpt., pp. L57-159, in *• Proceed- 
ings." L882. 

Sargent, Daniel. 

Remarks on cotton in the Bahama [slauds. A^. Rpt, L856, pp. 
284, L'85. 

Sayloi, Benjamin. 

Report on farm crops, etc., in Pennsylvania. Ag. Rpti L8o2, pp. 
224-227. 

Sawyer, Lemuel. 

The vine of North Carolina. Ag. Rpt. 1849, pp. 283-286. 

Sanndeis. William. 

Remarks on grape culture, with reference to mildew, both on the 
native and foreign varieties. Ag. Rpt, L861, pp. 195-oOC, illus. 

Varieties of mildew on grapes Origin of mild< tpe mild 

The effects of culture on mildew Sp* - mosi liable t<> mil- 

<lrw Sheltei rhc exotic ><\ foreign grape Foreign grape wilder 
Arrangement ol u grape bouse Horde ra and tbeii uiauugement. 

Catalogue of the plants. bulbs, tubers, etc., for distribution from 
the United States propagating garden, with a report on the 
objects and aims <»t the garden. (Jmium. rpt., pp. 12, L862. 



232 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Saunders, William — Continued. 

Report of the Superintendent of the Garden attached to the Depart- 
ment of Agriculture. Ag. IJpt. 18<»L\ pp. 540-545. 

To procure and eu courage the transmission of seeds, etc. — To procure by 
hybridizing and special culture, etc— To ascertain, by experiment, the 
influence of culture, etc.— To investigate more thoroughly the various 
maladies and diseases of plants, etc — To provide ample means for testing 

seeds, etc — To cultivate specimens of various bedge plants, ete. — To culti- 
vate a collection of the best fruit trees, etc. — To plant a collection of 
choice shrubs, etc. — To erect glass structures, ete. 

Report of the Superintendent of the Experimental Garden. Ag. 
Rpt. L8C3, pp. 547-560. 

Grapes— Strawberries — orchard houses— Management of the house — Grow- 
ing fruit trees in wooden troughs — Leaf blister on the peach, etc. — Prun- 
ing — By dwarfing — By bending the branches — By pruning the roots — By 
ringing the branches— By limiting root growth — General remarks — Keep- 
ing grass lawns— Night temperature in glass structures — Cultivation — 
Spring and fall planting of trees— Liquid manure to plants in pot culture — 
Propagation by cuttinge 

Report of the Superintendent of the Experimental Garden, a,. 
Bpt. 18G4, pp. G05-609. 

I 'ears -Straw l terries — < Gooseberries — ' Orchard bouse -< Irapes — Propagating 
Uou8< — Tropical fruit bouse. 

Report of the Superintendent of Garden. Ag. Rpt. 1865, pp. 13-25. 

Grapes — Planting — Peculiarities of varieties — Mildew — Causes affecting the 
hardiness of plants— Rotation of crops — Foreign grapes in glassstrnctures — 
Mulching— Heating glass structures — Mechanical preparation of soil. 

Report of the Superintendent of the Experimental Garden. Ag. 
Rpt, 1866, pp. L7-26, illus. 

St i ;i ,\ berries — Grapes — Pears — Raspberriei — J in him Ha win n, or, China 
grass — Inside borders for graperies — Treatment of orchards — Sowing 
weed— Heating a propagating bouse. 

Report of the Superintendent of the Experimental Garden. A.g. 
Rpt. 1807, pp. 23-31. 

otic fruit uonse— Orchard house Native grapes under gla^s — Arbor- 
etum- Sotes on grape climates — Important of a uniform supply of water 

in pi nit eiiltui e. 

Report of Superintendent of < rarden and Grounds. Ag. Rpt. L868, 
pp. L18-124. 

Utah currents Dario grape— Rocky Mountain cherry — Grapes from Austra- 
lia — Native grapes Hybrids of the scuppernoug Pears -Arboretum — 
Dicotyledons Ingiosperma 1 Gymnospernia?. 

Report of the Superintendent of Gardens and Grounds. A.g, Rpt. 
L869, pp. 79-91. 

Raspberry from Japan Strawberries Covered grape trellis Classification 
ni grapes Remarks Grasses and forage plants Remarks— Arboretum. 

Report of the Superintendent of Gardens and Grounds. A.g. Rpt. 
1870, pp. 16 23. 

References to plan Grasses res Thea viridii) New Zealand flax— China 
grass Description Eucalyptus Raspberries. 

Report of the Superintendent of Gardens and Grounds. Ag. Rpt. 
L871, pp. L02 LOU, illus. 

Orange bouse- Dwarf pears in glass Hot-water heating- Minor vegetable 
prod .ii ts. 

Notes <»f the garden. Mo. Rpt. L872, pp. 72-74. 

Growing the tea plant from seeds Licorice i«»ot cultivation — Cinchona, 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 233 

Saunders, William — Continued. 

Descriptive catalogue of plants in the exotic collection of the 
Department of Agriculture. Unniiin. rpt., pp. 51. 1872. 

Report of the Superintendent of Gardens and Grounds. Ag. Rpt. 
1S70, pp. 61-73. 

Coffe< — India robber plants — Cinchona — Eucalyptus globulus— European 
<divt — .Japan persimmons — Vanilla — Paraguay tea — Chinese tea plant — 
Hedge plants — Phylloxera vastatrix grape-root Ions* 

Report of the Superintendent of Gardens and Grounds. Ag. Rpt. 

1877, pp. 47-65. 

Russian apples — Chinese tea Thea riridis) — Acclimatization — Eucalyptus — 
Orange: — The pyrethrums as insect destroyers — Witloof, <>r chicory 
mum indicum — Araohis hypoytra — Madia bativa — Jnte. 

Report of the Superintendent of Gardens and Grounds. Ag. Rpt. 

1878, pp. L94-207, illus. 

Raising tea plant — Coffee — Japan persimmon — Figi — The apricot — Native 
and foreign grapes — Rotation in cropping — Sowing seeds and raising young 
plants of forest trees — Transplanting — Oranges, lemons, etc. — Orchard 
planting. 

Report of the Superintendent of Gardens and Grounds. Ag. Rpt. 
L879, pp. 359-304, illus. 

- -Foreign grapes— Propagating native grapes — Canaigre. 

Tea culture as a probable American industry. Spl. Rpt. No. 18, 
pp. 21, illus. L879. 

[The Government tea gardens. Ag. Rpt. 1881, pp. 28, 29, 

Report of the Superintendent of Gardens and Grounds. Ag. Rpt. 
L881, pp. 215-230. 

I'll ri ps on grapes— Tamarind tree (Tamariudus indica) — The cherimoyer 
i m > a n cherimolia i — The sweet sop (J. si/nammosa — liromelia sylvt stris and 
//. karatas The Paraguay tea tree (Ilex paraguayensis) — The chocolate 
plant | Theobroma cacao) - I'nrnierie— The Sicilian sumac (Rhus coriaria) — 
The Japan varnish tree i /.'. vemicifera The lee-chee tree (Xephelinm 
liichi — The s:i<^<» palms (Sagus rumphii and S. farts) — Aloes — The clover 

CaryophHllns aromatic it*)— The Chinese tallow tree 
fera —The cbocho, or chayote, root -The coik tret s tuber —The 

can i pi i or tree i Camphora offiei inlh -The cinna i n ee i ( 'innamomnm :> r/« 

lanicum — The nutmeg tree \fyrisiica moschata i— Allspice, or pimento— The 
bay berry tree -Arrowroot The cassava plant— The pistachio nut— Chios 
turpentine— Vanilla— < >rri> root - Pepper. 

; <>n grape mildew. Unnum. rpt., pp. 194, L95, in •• Proceeding." 
L882. 

Report of the Superintendent of Gardeus and Grounds. Ag. Rpt. 
L883, pp. L81- L9G. 

Grapes rhepot itorot —Situations for orchards -(Hazing greenhouse ro - 
Raspbern culture— Root pruning trees Keeping hedges Making and 
keeping lawni — Management «t orchards On draining lands— Flower 
pot^ Seed -.i\ ing. 

Observations on the soils and products of Florida. Spl. Rpt. No. 
62, pp. 30. L883. 

kepnit of the Superintendent of Gardens and Grounds. \u. Rpt. 
L885, pp. 3 '• i»i. 

Mildews and blights The peach leaf hlistei I light and cracking 

of pears rhe i ot of the potato. 

Report of the Superintendent of Gardens and Gronuds. Ag, Rpt 
L886, pp. 687 703. 
Not.-, ..n orange culture, <•;<■. —The pineapple rhe Japauese persimmon. 



234 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Saunders, William — < lontinued. 

Report of Superintendent of Gardens and < ! rounds. Ag. Rpt. 1887, 
pp. 673-690. 

Vanilla — Mahogany tree — Cochineal — Treatment of land — Apple trees — Cof- 
fee — Lotus plant — Lc Conte pear — Lawn making — Brazil nut — (bide 
gum — opium poppy — Camphor tree — Bahia orange — Canary seed — Tree 
planting — Pear Might— ( loffee — Mustard seed — Crape rot — Licorice — Prun- 
ing grapes — Tonka bean — /ante currant — Lime wash fox trees — Rhubarb — 
Ginseng — I Eorse-chestnnt tre< — India grains — Seedling oranges— Peen-to 
peach— Indigo— Navel oranges — Nettle tiher — Eucalyptus tree — Peruvian 
tea — Block pepper— Ramie— Wahwah tree— Osage orange. 

Report of the Chief of the Division of Gardens and Grounds. Ag. 
Rpt. 1889, pp. 111-134. 

• •rapes — Mildew — Well-ripened wood — Watering plants in pots — citron, 

Citrus medico | — Horticulture in the Department — Objects and aims of the 
experiment garden — ( {rapes — Pear trees— Pea< hes — Japan persimmons — 
Cinchonas — Chinese tea plant — Coffee — Oranges, lemons, and other citrus 
fruits — Apples— Olives — Eucalyptus — Figs— Testing the merits of species 
and varieties of plants — Laying out the grounds and planting the arbore- 
tum — The conservatory — Pineapples — Building glass houses — i [edges — 
Miscellaneous plants propagated and distributed. 

Report of the Chief of the Division of Gardens and Grounds. Ag. 
Rpt. 1890, pp. 557-594. 

Descriptive catalogue of plant-. 

Report of the Superintendent of Gardens and Grounds. Ag. Rpt. 
L891, pp. 163-484, illus. 

Report of the Superintendent of Gardens and Grounds. Ag. Rpt. 
1891, pp. 463-484, illus. 

• .aniens and grounds — Notes on horticultural and kindred subjects — Cut- 

tings— < inclionas — Coffee — Coca, cocoa, or coco — Water for plants in pots — 
Osage orange— Protecting plants during winter— Changing seed — Plant- 
ing trees — The strawberry — Draining -'hard-pan" soils — Altitudes for 
fruit trees and grapevines — Packing the Boil around roots and seed — 
Brussels Bprouts — Ripening of tho fruit — Irapa nutans Peach blister — 
Soil for plants in pots— Summer pruning of grapes— Vines on \\ alls — frees 
in cities ;iiid on streets — Advantages and disadvantages of trees in oil ies— 
Selection of trees - Preparation of the soil — Preparation of the trees - 
Distance apart — Time to plant — Planting — Box guards — Pruning — 
Insect- <;;is Leakag< — Concluding remarks. 

Catalogue of economic plants in the collection of the Dnited States 
Department of Agriculture. CTnnum. rpt., pp.42. 1891. 

Papers on horticultural and kindred subjects. CTnnum. rpt., pp. 
L24. L891. 

Report of the Superintendent of Gardens and Grounds. Ag. Rpt. 
L892, pp. :;77 402. 

Notes "ii horticultural subjects Pineapple culture— < dives I ea Pruning — 
Ten tree blight -Grafting— Its purposes— Plants for protecting a sloping 
hank < nit i v. -it ion of figg — Ornamental trees for lawns— Parlor plants and 
their management Hybridizing and crossing— Farmer's gardens Trans- 
planting trees during w mi r flu- cassava plant — Winter coverings for 
plant frames Manuring orchards— The Jerusalem artichoki — The med- 
lar tree Hie artichoke Plunging pot for plants— Aotion of frost I sea 
ot the sweet chestnut Summer flowering hnlbs— Old trees— Thinning 
fruit Sea kale -Thet hinese potato— The pomegranate Bote beds Pears 
cracking The sunflower (Helianthu* annua*)— Sanitary effects of burn- 
ing sulphur Million The cniot Bedding plants- -Tim myrtle l.\-r- 

ena -Keeping cut flowers Flower garden and lawns. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 235 

Saunders, William — Continued. 

Report of the Superintendent of Gardens and Grounds. Ag. Rpt. 
1893, pp. 365-388. 

Work of the year— Notes on miscellaneous plants— Willows— Acacias — 
Aloei — Cashew rust — I5ox tree — Caesalpioias — Pigeon pea — Papaw tree — 
The clove tree — Carob beans — Otaheite gooseberry — Qninoa — (hick-pea — 
Clusias— Cola nut — Hazelnuts — Mangosteen— Soy bean— Guiacum — Log- 
wood — Rubber trees— Doum palm — Granadillas— Pistachio nut — Rain 
tree — Patchonli — Khubarb— < !amphor — Interrogatories and replies — ( !of- 
fee — Niauli — ( 'ardamom — ( >:ris root — Canaigre rout — Soja bean— Mexican 
jumping beans — India-rubber tree — Grape seeds — Pear-tree blight — Fig 
cuttings — < Hives — Calla lily — Nutmegs — < Grange culture. 

Cranberry culture. F. B. No. 13, pp. 16. 1894. 

Report of t lie Chief of the Division of Gardens and Grounds. 
Ag. Rpt. 1894, pp. 207, 208. 

Report of the Chief of the Division of Gardens and Grounds. 
Ag. Rpt. L895, pp. 189,li>o. 

Report of the Superintendent of Experimental Gardens and 
Grounds. Ag. Rpt. L897, pp. L59, 160, 

Scarborough, Miles. 

On the culture of cotton. Ag. Rpt. 1845, pp. 755, 756. 
Schade, Louis 

Character, cultivation, and use of The lupine. Ag. Rpt. L861, 
pp. 370-373. 

Soil — Cultivation — < rreen manure — The fertilizing power of the lupine — The 
seed of t he \ ellow Lupine. 

Schaeffer, George C. 

Investigation of the potato disease. Ag. Rpt. L853, pp. L75-177. 

Growth and manufacture of cotton. Ag. Rpt 1853, pp. 192-195. 

Investigation of the cotton fiber. Ag. Rpt. L854, pp. 181-183. 

Microscopic examination of the hair of Asiatic goats. Ag. Rpt. 
is:..*), pp. 57-59, Ulus. 

The China mass: Its history and uses. Ag. Rpt, 1855, pp. 
244-247. 

Scheffer, Theodore H 

Note-- and observations on the twig girdler Oncideres cingulata). 
I. L., vol. 7. pp. 3 15-347. 1 895, 

Schenck, J. P .. 

Report on farm crops, etc., in Maryland. Ag. Rpt. L850, pp, 

n.;. u i. 

Schickler, C. 

Pomology in Wur tern burg. Mo. Rpt. L870, pp. L53, L54. 
Schott, Arthur. 

The Niin of Yucatan. A.g. Rpt. 1868, pp. 268 271. 

Schott, Charles A. 

Magnetic survey of North America. W, B. Bui. No, 2, pt, 2, pp. 
Ion 165. L895. 

Schoyen, W. M. 

Notes on insects of Norway and Sweden. Ent Bui. No. 9, u. s.. pp. 
79,80. L897. 



236 U. B. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Schreiber, Paul. 

Meteorological observations considered with special reference to 
influence on vegetation. W. B. Bui. No. 2, pt. 2, pp. 395-404. 
1895. 

Schroeder, E C. 

" Bottom disease ,J among horses of South Dakota. 8th and 9th 
Rpts. B. A. L, pp. 371-374. 189:;. 

Prevalence of tuberculosis among cattle in New York. 10th and 
11th Rpts. B. A. 1.. pp. 66-77. 1896. 

Schroeder, E. C , and F. L. Kilborne. 

Clinical and pathological notes on a herd of sixty cattle tested 
with tuberculin (Soldiers' Home herd). B. A. I. Bui. No. 7, pp. 
7-S7. 1894. 

Schroeder, E. C, and E. A. de Schweinitz. 

Further experiments with an attenuated tuberculosis b;icillus. 
B. A. I. Bui. No. L3,pp. 11-14. 181Mi. 

Schroeder, E. C , and Theobald Smith. 

Some experimental observations on the presence of tubercle bacilli 
in milk of tuberculous cows when the udder is not visibly 
diseased. B. A. I. Bui. No. 3, pp. 60-66. L893. 

Schroeder, E. C. Theobald Smith, and F. L. Kilborne. 

Additional investigations in Texas cattle fever. B. A. I. Bnl. No. 
3, pp. 67-72. 1893. 

Schuster, Arthur. 

The present condition of mathematical analysis as applied to ter« 
restrial magnetism. VY. B. l>ul. No. 2, pt. 2, pp. 550-569, illus. 
1895. 

Schuyler, James D 

The construction of the Sweetwater dam. 8. Rpt. No. 928, pt.3, 
pp 370-376, illus. L890. 

Schwarz. E. A. 

Notes on Eumceits atala. 1. L., vol. 1, pp. 37-40, illus. 1888. 

Phytophagic dung beetle. [. L., vol. 3, pp. 484, i s "». L891. 

The San Jose scale at Charlottesville, Virginia. I. L., vol.6, pp. 
247-252. is!) i. 

Note on Hylesinus sericeus. 1. L., vol. 7. pp. 254-256, illus. L894, 

The cotton worm question in L894. I. L., vol. 7, pp. 315 320. L895. 

Aic tumblebngs beneficial .' I. L., vol. 7. pp. 358, 359. L895, 

The 1 1 ippcintcs plague in Florida. I. L., vol. 7, pp. 374-379, illus. 
L895. 

An imported library pest. [. L., vol. 7, pp. 396-3.J8, illus. L895. 

A new furniture pest. I. L., vol. 7, pp. 419, 420, L895, 

The home of the chinch bug. I. U, vol. 7. pp. L20-422. 1895. 

Report on cotton inserts. Cot. Insects. pp,3t7-349. 1S!>7. 

Remarks on the hibernation of Aletia. <<»t. [asects, pp. .'»i:». 350. 
L879. 

The periodical cicada iu L897. But. Circ. No. 22, 2d s.,pp. 1. L897. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 237 

Schwarz, E. A., and Walter B. Barrows. 

The common crow of the United States. O. and M. Bui. No. <>, 
pp. 98. 1895. 

Sckweinitz, E. A. de. 

Report on the chemical analyses of osage orange. Ag. Rpt. 1889, 
pp. 473-476. 

Investigation of E. A. de Schweinitz. Ph. 1>. Ag. Rpt. 1890, pp. 
122-132. 

Hog cholera — Experiments upon hoys — Swine plagne — Miscellaneous. 

Results of chemical investigations for the prevention of disease. 
6tli and 7th Rpts. B. A. I., pp. 110-128. 1891. 

Hoy cholera — Experiments npon hogs — Swine plagne— Experiments upon 

hogs for swine plague — Is immunity from hog cholera hereditary.' — 
Glanders— Miscellaneous. 

Investigation of the effects of bacterial products in the prevention 
of diseases. Ag. Rpt. 1891, pp. 138-142. 
Swine-plague experiments upon hoys— Hoy cholera — Glanders 

Investigation conducted by the Biochemic Laboratory daring 1892. 
Ag. Rpt. 181)1', pp. L19-122. 

Mallei n — Tuberculin — I tehorning compounds 

Work conducted in the Biochemic Laboratory. Ag. Rpt. 1893, pp. 
161-167. 

Tuberculin tests — Glanders. 

Investigation of the effects of bacterial products id the prevention 
of diseases. 8tb and ( .tth Rpts. B. A. I., pp. 66-70. 1893. 

investigations conducted by the Biochemic Laboratory daring 1892. 
8th and 9th Rpts. B. A. L, pp. L05-108. L893. 
Ma lie in — Tuberculin — I tehorning compounds. 

The pasteurization and sterilization of milk. V. I'.. 1894. pp. 
:i;i -;.-)•;. illas. 

Preservation with chemicals — Pasteurization of milk for children — Prepara- 
tion of milk tor infants and invalids — Pasteurization of milk in hulk, in 
-mall flasks or cans, in America— Etfecl of sterilization on digestibility — 
I uii. rem forms of apparatus— Sterilization of milk. 

Tuberculin and its use. B. A. I. Bui. No. 7, pp. 159-178. L894. 

Butter substitutes. Y. B. L895, pp. 145- 152. 

Manufacture aud sale of oleomargarine— Materia] used ho manufacture — 
Hygieni< effects of oleomargarine— Possibility of transmitting infectious 
diseases— Fraudulent sale of oleomargarine. 

Some modern disinfectants. Y. B. L896, pp. 255-262. illas. 

Tin- nature "i' disinfection — The merits <»i some disinfl Summary. 

Chemical examination of cornstalks presambably thecaaseol com 
stalk disease in cattle. B, A. I. Bui. No. in. pp, ss ..„,. L896. 

The effect of tuberculin injections upon the milk of healthy and 
diseased cows. B. A. 1. Bui. N«». 1.!. pp, i:» 27, ill us. 1896. 

Schweinitz, E. A. de, and Marion Dorset. 

The growth of tuberculosis bacillus upon acid media. B, a. I. Bui. 

Nil L3, pp. 7-H>. ilius. 1896. 

Schweinitz, E. A. de, and E. C. Schioeder. 

Farther experiments with attenuated tuberculosis bacillas. B, A. 
1. Bui. No. L3, pp. ill I. L896, 



238 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Schweitzer, P., and C. P. Fox. 

Meat analysis — testing of apparatus and method. Ohem. Bul.No. 
31, pp. 40-44. L891. 

Schwolson, O. 

Observations on solar radiation, how best made and compiled. 
W. B. Bui. No. 2, pt. 3. pp. 721-725. 1 896. 

Scott, John. 

Breeding and feeding for beef and supplying the market. .Misc. 
Spl. Bpt. No. 2, pp. 132-136. 1883. 

Scott, Martin P. 

Concerning Mr. Lawes's views of fertility. Misc. Spl. Bpt. No. 2, 

pp. 7U-si'. 1883. 

Scott. J. W. 

Report on farm crops, etc., in Michigan.] Ag. Rpt. 1840, pp. 186- 

188. 

Scott, Robert G. 

[Remarks on cotton in Brazil.] Ag. Rpt. 1856, pp. L M .»4. L'95. 

Scott, Robert H. 

The publication of daily weather maps and bulletins. W. B. Bui. 
Nb.2,pt, L, pp. 6-9. 1894. 

The international meteorological conference in Paris. Mo. W. lv., 
vol. 24.i>. 333. 1896. 

Scott, Robert W. 

Improved Kentucky sheep. Ag. Upt. 1866, pp. 334-341, illus. 

Adaptation to the climate and subsistence of the West and South — Their 
thrifty and prolific character — Weight and character of their fleeces — Facts 
and opinions concerning the improved Kentucky sheep, from intelligent 
and prominent persons. 

Scott, William H. 

| Report on farm crops, etc. in Michigan.] Ag. Rpt. L852, pp.267- 
269. 

Scott, W. H. 

Faculty meetings. <). B. 8. Bui. No. 24, pp. 80-84. L895. 

Scovell, M. A. 

| Presidential address before the Association of < Official Agricultural 
Chemists.] Ohem. Bui. No. 28, pp. 6-10. L890, 

Analyses of sugar. Ohem. Bui. No. L3, pt. 6, pp 656-659. L892. 

Analyses of molasses and sirups. ( 'hem. Bui. No. l •">. pt. 6, pp.691- 
694. 1892. 

Analyses of confections, ('hem. Bui, No. i:;. pt. 6, pp. 7i'l-7:i<>. 
L892. 

Analyses of honeys, ('hem. BuL No. L3, pt. 6, pp. 760-763. L892, 

Scovell, M. A , A M Peter, and H E. Curtis. 

( )n some sources of enor in t he determination of potash fertilizers. 
Chem. Bui. No. 19, pp. ii' l.\ L897. 

Scovill, J. V. H 

Experiments in potato cultivation. Mo. Rpt, L873, pp. L94, L95. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 239 

Screws, W W. 

[Address on road improvement.] Road Inq. Bui. No. 10, pp. 23, 
24. 1894. 

Scribner, F. Lamson. 

Fungous diseases of plants. Ag. Rpt. 1885, pp. 76-87, illus. 

Report on the fungous diseases of the grapevine. Bot. Bol. No. 2, 

pp. 42. illus. 1886. 

Report of the Myeological Section. Ag. Rpt. 1886, pp. 95-135, illus. 

Report of the Section of Vegetable Pathology. Ag. Rpt. 1SS7. pp. 
323-3IK), illus. 

Apparatus tor applying liquids and powders to vines in the treat- 
ment of fungous diseases. Hot. Bui. No. 5, pp. 89, 90. L888. 

[Report on diseases of the grapevine.] Bot. Bui. No. 10, pp. 5-11, 
illus. 1889. 

Report on the extent, severity, and treatment of black rot and 
brown rot in northern Ohio in 1889. Bot. Bui. No. 11. pp. 70-83. 

IS! HI. 

Grasses as sand and soil binders. Y. B. 1894, pp. 421-436, illus. 

Distribution of sand-binding grasses — The sand-binders of the seashore — 
Inland sand-binders. 

Hungarian brome grass Bromus inermis . Bot. ('ire. No. 1. pp. 4, 
illus. 1894. 

Grass gardens. V. B. 1895, pp. 301-308, illus. 

What is a grass garden f — Recognition and comparison of species — The bot- 
anist's interest in tin- garden — Selection of grasses for particular lati- 
— Tin- grass garden as an experiment station —Laying nut the garden — 
How to stock ,i grass garden — Nativ< tin- best — Importance of 

introducing new grasses— Forage plants in the garden. 

Grasses of salt marshes. V. B. 1895, pp. 325-332, 111ns. 

Area of -alt ;m<l tide wat»-r marshes — Hay product and method of harvest- 
ing — s : 1 1 t grasses— Chemical composition of salt-marsh grasses and hay. 

Eeport of the Agrostologist. Ag, Rpt. L895, pp. 165-168. 

Hairv vetch, sand vetch, or Russian vetch ( Vicia villosa . Agros. 
Circ. NO. 2, pp. I. illus. L895 

The flat pea (Lathyrw sylvestris). Bot. Circ. No, \. pp. 7. illus. 
L895. 

Giant knot weed, or sachaline. Bot. Circ, No. 5, p. l. illus. 1895. 
Useful and ornamental grasses. Agros. Bui, So. 3, p. 119, illus. 
1896. 

Eeport of the Agrostologist. Ag. Rpt. 1896, pp. 163 L08. 

Report of the Agrostologist. Ag, Rpt. 1897, pp. L61-166. 

The geuus Ixophorus. Agros. Bui. So. 1, pp. 5-7. L897, 

A list of the grasses collected by I >r. Edward Palmer in tbeviciu- 
ity of Acapulco, Mexico, 1894 '.»"». Agros. Bui, So. I. pp. 7 ll. 
illus. 1897. 

American grasses. Agros. Bui So. 7, pp. 331, illus. 1897. 

New or little known grasses. Agros. Bui. So. 8, pp. 5-11, illus. 

1^!>7. 



240 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Scribner, F. Lamson, and Jared G. Smith. 

Some Mexican grasses collected by E.AV. Nelson in Mexico, 1804-95. 
Agros. Bui. Xo. 4, pp. 11-16, illus. 1897. 

Native and introduced species of the genera Ilordeum and Agro- 
pyron. Agros. Bnl. ^o. 4, pp. 2:J-oG. 1897. 

Scribner, F. Lamson, and Pierre Viala. 

Black rot {Lcestadia bidwellii). Bot. Bui. No. 7. pp. 29. 1888. 

Scudder, Samuel H. 

The cranberry girdler (Crambus topiarius), I. L., vol. 7, pp. 1-5, 
illus. 1894. 

Searl, Benjamin. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Ohio.] Ag. Rpt. 1852, pp. 249, 250. 

Sewall, J. A. 

( irass and forage experiment station at Garden City, Kansas. Ag. 
Rpt. 1891, pp. 342-344. 
Shaffer, J. M. 

Sheep in Iowa. Ag. Bpt. 18(34, pp. 167-185, illns. 

Legislation — Woolen manufactures — ( Comparative profits. 
Barley and its uses. Ag. Rpt. 1865, pp. 3.V>-3<i7. 

Genera] description— Composition — Habits and cultivation — Barley as food 
lor man— Barley as food for domestic animals— Barley as a therapeutic 
agent— Malt liquors — Malting — Bre^ ing— Beer from malt — Adulterations. 

Shaffer, Luther M. 

Report on the commerce of Stratford, Ontario.] For. Mkts. Bnl. 
No. 4, p. 39. 1895. 

Shakespeare, E. O. 

Report on epidemic diseases among swine.] 0th and 7th Rpts. 
B. A. [., pp. 137-143. L891. 

Shakespeare, E. O., and T. J. Burrill. 

Reporl of the United states board of inquiry concerning epidemic 
diseases among swine. <Jth and 7th Rpts. B. A. L, pp. 129-135. 
L891. 

Sharp, David. 

Two new species of.Scymnus. I. L., vol. 1, pp. 364, 365. L889. 

A ih'w genus and t wo new species of Australian Lamellicorns. l. L., 
vol. 2, pp. 302, 303. 1890. 

Sharpies, S. P. 

Analyses <>t confections. Ohem. Bui. No. 13, pt. <». pp. 726-728. 
L892. 

Analyses of molasses ami sirups. Ohem. Bui. No. 1">. pt. 6, pp. 
694 697. L892. 

Analyses of honeys, ('hem. Bui. No. L3, pt.6, pp. 764-768. 1892. 

Analyses of sugars, (.'hem. Bui. No. L3, pt. '», pp. 660, Mil. L892, 

Shattuck. C. H 

( oal oil in West \ irginia. Ag. Rpt. L863, pp, 525-529. 

Shaw, Thorn is 

The rape plant: its history, culture, and uses. I". B, No. 11. pp. 
20, Illus. L893. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 241 

Shaw, Thomas — Continued. 

Canadian field peas. Y. B. 1895, pp. 223-232, illus. 

Various uses of the pea crop — Why the pea crop ha.s been neglected — Areas 
adapted to pea culture in the United states — Growing peas for different 
purposes — Adaptability in soils — Place in the rotation — Preparing the 
land— Sowing the seed — Varieties to sow — Harvesting the crop— Storing 
the crop — Thrashing the crop. 

Shaw, "William B., jr. 

Cattle in the Indian Territory, Rpt. Stat., July, L8&5, pp. 27, 28. 

Statistics of the Sac and Fox Agency. Rpt. Stat., Jan.-Feb., 1885, 
pp. 38-4L\ 

The Sac and Fox Reservation — The absentee Shawnees — The Mexican Kicka- 
poos — The Pottawatomies — The Iowas — The Tonka was — Conclusions.. 

Shear, C. L., and P. A. Rydberg. 

A report upon the grasses and forage plants of the Rocky .Moun- 
tain region, Agros. Bui. No. 5, pp. is. illns. 1897. 

Shearer, J. 

Letter on cost of raising wheat, corn, and oats crops of IS 17. Ag, 
Kpt. is 17, pp. 405, 100. 

Shearer, Jonathan. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Wayne County, Michigan.] Ag. 
Kpt. 1848, pp. 545-549. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Michigan.] Ag. Lipt. L849, pp. 180- 
L84. 

Sheffield, O. H. 

Improvement of the load system of Georgia. Road Inq. Bui. No. 
3, pp. 31, illus. 1894. 

Shepard, Charles U. 

Special report on tea-raising in South Carolina. Ag, Rpt. L892, 
pp. 627-640, illus. 

'the tea plant in the United States — Requisite conditions of the tea indus- 
ir\ Climatic requirements — Quality <>r the tea produced Yield m tea- 
Profit «>i los — Bnecl of intense cold on tea plant. 

Sheppard, W. 

Analysis of cotton seed and wool. Ag. Kpt. L849, p. .">17. 

Sherman, H. C. 

The determination of nitric nitrogen. Chem. Bui. No. 17. p. L12, 

IS! Ml. 
Shiver, F. S. 

The determination of total phosphoric acid in fertilizers containing 
organic materials. Chem, Bui. No. 31, pp. L09, 1 lo. 1891. 

The determination of nitric nitrogen i>v the zinc iron method. 
Ohem. Bui. No. i:;. p p< i \j \ r,. L894, 

Showrds, Thon 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in New York. \u. Kpt. L852, pp. 
17:» L78. 

Shriver, A. K. 

Remarks on lime on land. \g t Rpt. L850, p. L12. 
21713 -No. I L6 



242 U. s. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Sidney, Edward. 

Parasitic fungi! Ag. Rpt. 1849, pp. 391-400. 

A lecture delivered in the city of Norwich, England, at the Annual meeting 

of the Royal Agricultural Society. 

Silveyra, Julian. 

On the cultivation and care of Havana tobacco. A<»-. Rpt, 1S47, 
pp. 41*9-430. 

Simon, A. M. 

[Keport on the commerce of Hanover. Germany.] For. Mkts. Bui. 
Xo. 2, pp. 49-52. 1895. 

Animals, cereals, dairy products, meats, cotton, tobacco, fruits, liquors, 
seeds. 

Simpson, J. H. 

Florida plants. Ag. Ept. 1889, pp. 389-393. 
Notes on grasses— Other plants. 
Simpson, John W. 

[Keport on farm crops, etc., in South Carolina.] Ag. Kpt. L852, 
pp. 89-91. 

Simpson, R. F. 

On sheep husbandry in South Carolina. Ag. Rpt. 1847, pp. 503-509. 

Sims, Alfred F. 

Tornado. March 26, at Albany, New York. Mo. \V. R., vol. 23, p. 
92. L895. 

Shrine, F. A., and Herbert Osborn. 

Notes on AphididaB. I. L., vol. 5, pp. 1>; > >o-l , ;;7. 181)3. 

Siva, C. Samba. 

Agriculture in India. Mo. Rpt. L874, pp. 389, 390, 

Skinner, F. G. 

Centennial hemp. Ag. Rpt. is 19, p. ;;l'7. 

Translation of an article by ,J. Bertrand, apostolic missionary to china. 

[rrigation. Ag. Rpt. L849, pp. 342-363, illus. 

" Translated principally from the Journal d' Agriculture Pratique." — Water- 
Rain water — Brook and river water— Means of improving the quality of 
water- Action of water upon different varieties of soil— Water nourishes 
plants— Water a stimulant to vegetation Water protects and preserves 
plants— Preparation of t be soil Implements Leveling or grading — Mill- 
side meadows— Bams — General directions- -Nature of the soil — Location 

and exposure of meadows. 
Skinner, George D. 

Report ot the Foreman of the Printing Office. Ag. Rpt, L894, p. 
L85. 

Blade, Elisha. 

The onion: Its history, culture, and preservation. Ag. Rpt. 1865, 
pp. 235 243. 

Good seed The ground Planting Hoeing Diseases, etc, The onion fly 
(Anfhomyia ocparum) Preventatives and remedies The cutworm (Agro 
ii I he hai vest \ ari< I ies ( lost a ml profit of h orop. 

Slingerland, M. v. 

The bean weevil. 1. L., vol. 5, pp. si;. 87. L892. 

Drasteria erechtea. I. L.. vol. 5, pp. 87, 88. L892. 

The pr;ir tree p>\lla (J'sj/lla yyricold). I. U, Vol. 5, pp. 100-101. 

L892. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 248 

Slingerland, M. V. — Continued. 

The pear-leaf blister uiite (Phytoptus pyri). I. L., vol. 5, pp. L04, 
105. 1892. 

Slingerland, William H. 

The " Cream pot" stock. Ag. Bpt. 1866, pp. 291. 292, illus. 

Smart, Charles. 

The connection of the Army Medical I department with the develop- 
ment of meteorology in the United States. W. \>. Bui. No. 2, 
pt. 2, pp. 207-216. 1895. 

Smart, James H. 

[Presidential address before the Association of American Agricul- 
tural Colleges. ] O. E. S. Misc. I3ul. No. 3, pp. 37-42. 1891. 

Smead, C. D. 

Catarrh in sheep. Spl. Rpt. Xo. 22, pp. 211, 215. 1880. 
Smith, Augustine J. 

The necessity of agricultural education. Misc. Spl. Rpt. No. 2, 
pp. 22-32. L883. 

The necessity of agricultural education: being an address delivered 
before the convention of presidents and professors of agricultural 
colleges, etc. Unnum. rpt., pp. L5. 1883. 

Smith, Bird. 

| Report on farm crops, etc., in Kentucky.] Ag. Rpt. L850, pp. 265- 
268. 

Smith, Caleb B. 

Letter in answer to a resolution of the House of January 20 in 
relation to appropriation in aid of agriculture. II. Ex. Doc. No. 
13, pp. 8. 1862. 

Smith, Charles L. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Vermont, Ag. Rpt. L851, pp. 1 19- 
L51. 

Smith, D. C. Wharton. 

j Address on road improvement.] Road [nq. Bui. No. 10, pp. 43, 11. 
L894. 

Smith, Eugene A. 

The cotton belt. Ith Rpt. Ent. Com., pp. 59-80, maps. L885. 

General features of the cotton States Alluvia] region Lower prairie 1 egion — 
Longleaf pine region— Oak uplands region Upper prairie region Red 
and brown loam region— Sandy and siliceous Lands <»!' i be older formations 
( tneissic region. 

Smith, Gideon B. 

Bilk culture in the United States. A.g. Rpt. L845, pp. 859 861. 

Smith, Erwin F. 

S\ Qopsis of replies 10 a <-i reulnr relative to grape mildew and grape 
rol iii tlu- United States. Hot. Bui, No. 2, pp. r> 53. L886. 

Peach yellows: A preliminary report. Bot. Bui. No. 9, pp. 254. 
illus/ L889. 

Spotting of peaches, Jour. MycoL, vol. 5, pp. 32,33, L889, 

Peach r<>( and peach blighl M<niiii<t fructigena . Jour. Mycol., vol. 
5, pp. L23 L3 l. L889, 



244 I . S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Smith, Erwiu P.— Continued. 

Prevalence of ergot in 1889. Jour. Mycol., vol. 5, pp. 203-204. L889. 

What to do for peach yellows. .lour. Mycol., vol. •'>. pp. 15, 1G. 
L890. 

Field notes. Jour. -Mycol.. vol. 6, pp. 107-110. 1891. 

reach leaf curl — Plum taphrina— Plum blight— Apple blight — Pear-leaf 
blight— Black rot— Vine blight— Brown rot of the peach — Peach yellows- 
Peach rosette. 

The peach rosette. Jour. .Mycol., vol. o*. pp. 143-148, illus. 1891. 

Peach blight (Monilia fructigena). Jour. Mycol., vol. 7. pp. 36-39, 
illus. L891. 

Additional evidence on the connnnnicability of peach yellows and 
peach rosette. Veg. Path. Bui. No. 1. pp. 65, illus. 1801. 

Field notes. Jour. Mycol.. vol. 7. pp. 88-95. 1801'. 

Peach curl — Peach mildew— Black spot of peaches — Frosty mildew — Peach 
rust — Peach rot — Peach yellows — Clubbed branches — stem and root 
tumors — Peach rosette — Plum blighl — Pear diseases — Sycamore blight. 

Additional notes on peach rosette. Jour. Mycol., vol. 7. pp. 226- 
232. L893. 
Spread of the disease — Field experiments in Georgia. 

Experiments with fertilizers lor the prevention and mve of peach 
yellows, L889-1892, Veg. Path. Bui. No. 4, pp. 107. illus. L893. 

Field notes, 1892. Jour. Mycol., vol. 7, pp. 373-377, illus. 1894. 

A new meh.n disease — Grape powdery mildew— Apple scab— Pear blighl 
Gooseberry leal' blighl — Black spot of the peach — Cercoapora 

pea <hes — Teach mildew — Peach en rl — Wilting of peaches on the tree- Stem 
and root tumors -Root rot of the peach. 

Peach yellows and peach rosette. F. B. No. 17. pp. 20, illns. L894. 

Peach growing for market. F. B. No. •'».">, pp. 24, illns. 1895. 

Legal enactments for the restriction of plant diseases. Veg. Fhvs. 
and Path. Bul. No. 1 L, pp. 15. L896. 

The black rot of the cabbage. V. B. No. (IS, pp, 22. 180S. 

Smith, E. Goodrich. 

On the culture of the Madia sativa, a new oleaginous plant. A.g, 
L'pt.. L845, pp. 967-969. [Translation.] 

Maize in Mexico. A.g. L'pt. L847, pp. ill 414. [Translation.] 

On the culture of potatoes. Ag. L'pt.. L847, pp. L1& 120. 

Article bj Prof, [ilubek, of Grat/, and translated from the German | — 1 ►lifer- 
ent kinds of manure on the growth of potatoes and the quantity of starch 
nie.ii contained in them [nnuence of dh iding potatoes on the product 
I ii line in i of the wider or closer planting on the product of potatoes — Influ- 
ence of the Bize of the potato tubers used as seed on the product. 

Flax culture, kg. Bpt. L847, pp. 125 127. 

translation from an artiole by Ludwig Carl Edlervon Nadherny)- Soiland 
climate Manuring Previous crop Preparation of the soil -Choice of 
seed Strength of the seeding Time of sowing Culture— Harvesting 
and pulling Assorting. 

Breeding of cattle. A.g. Bpt. 1847, pp. 175-493. 

Translation from an artiole by T. V. Lanner) <mi the Feeding of horned 
cattle and the conditions of the most profitable use <d' the fodder sub- 
stancefl <>n the value of fodder Biibstanoes- Determination of the per- 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 245 

Smith, E. Goodrich— Continued. 

cent age of fat — Determination of the llesli weight from the live weight — 
Mode of determining the llesli weight by measuring the animal — Table in 

which is given the pare flesh weight of a herd of cattle measured accord- 
ing to circumference and length. 

On raising- calves. Ag. Rpt. 1847, pp. 493, 494. [Translation.] 

On feeding sheep. Ag. Rpt. 1847, pp. 494-502. 

(Article by G. Ockel and translated from the German)— How the conserva- 
tion fodder mast be established as to the bodily weight, and in what pro- 
portion the fodder, aiding the production, i. <•., beyond mere conservation, 
operated for making llesli, i. e., bodily increase and wool, accordingly as 
more or Less of it was given— Whether large or small animals, with food 
in equal proportion to their Bodily weight, will also he sustained in their 
bodily state, increase, or fall off in equal proportion — Whether a similar 
proportion is established also in young animals which are yet fully growing. 

On the proportions of nutriment of the means of living. Ag. Rpt. 
1874. i)j). 540, 541. [Translation.] 

Summary of opinions on the potato disease. Ag. Rpt. 1848, pp. 
563-569. | Translation. | 

Culture of the artichoke. Ag. Rpt. 1848, pp. 578-582. 

(Translation of an article in tbe French by Girardin and Dnbrenil) — Cul- 
ture of the artichoke as a green fodder— Climate and soil — Its place in the 

rotation — Preparation of the -oi 1 — Planting — ( 'are of them while grow ing — 
Gathering — Preservation of the tubers — Product raised. 

On the culture of madder. Ag. Rpt. 1848, pp. 583-603. 

I translation of an article in the Journal d'Agricnlture Pratique et de Jar- 
dinage) — Growth of madder— Component parts of manure for madder- 
Boils besl fitted for madder — General cultur< — Culture by seed — Extrac- 
tion of root- .it eighteen months— Transplanting of madder — Account of 
the culture of a hectare id' madder. 

On the cultureof rhubarb i Rheum emodi) in Stein mark. Ag. Rpt. 
is is, p. 604. 

Translation of an article by Dr. Hlnbek)— Natural historical distinctions- 
Cultivation— State of planting in Belden. 

Irrigation. Ag. Rpt. L860, pp. KJti-Jii 1. 

Smith, E. J. 

Culture of madder in Smyrna. M<>. Rpt, 1870, pp. 284, 285. 

Smith, Halsteel. 

[Address on road improvement. Road Bui. No. L0, pp. 39-41. 
L894. 

Smith, Henry M. 

Report «»n yaupon [Ilex cassine). .Mo. Rpt. L872, pp. l'<> l'-. 

Smith, Herman W. 

Recenl publications on meteorology . Mo. W. R„ vol. 25, pp. 134, 
L35, L99, 200, 245, 294, 348, 393, 183,538. L897. 

Smith, Jared G. 

Forage conditions of the prairie region. Y. B, 1895, pp.309 
illus. 

\i'i and general considerations rhe arid prairies Native forage plants 
Prairie h;i.\ Tame md (Movers- Soiling crops Improvement of 

the ranges I • rassea and .nit le. 

Alt. ilia, orlucern. P. B, No. 31, pp. 23, illus. \- 

A note on experimental grass gardens. A.gros. Girc, No. l, pp. t. 



246 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Smith, Jared G. — Continued. 

Oowpeas ( Vigna catjang). Y. B. 1896, pp. 287-296. 

Origin and general considerations— Cowpeas and soil renovation — C'owpeas 
for forage— Methods of cultivation and harvesting — Cowpeas for swiue 
and cattle— Cowpeas for ensilage— Harvesting the seed — The feeding value 
of cowpeas— Fertilizers. 

Fodder and forage plants, exclusive of the grasses. Agros. Bui. 
No. 2, pp. 58, illus. 1896. 

Saltbushes. Agros. Giro. No. 3, pp. 4, illus. 1896, 

Meadows and pastures : Formation and cultivation in the Middle 
Eastern States. F. B. No. (jG, pp. L'4, illus. 1897. 

Smith, Jared G., and F. Lamson-Scribner. 

Some Mexican grasses collected by E.W. Nelson in Mexico, 189 1-95. 
Agios. Bui. No. 4, pp. 11-16, illus. 1897, 

Native and introduced species of the genera Ilordeum and Agro- 
pyron. Agros. Bui. No. 4, pp. 23-36. 1897. 

Smith, John B. 

Report upon insects affecting the hop and the cranberry. Ag. Rpt. 

1884, pp. 393-398. 

Report ui)on cranberry and hop insects. Knt. Bui. No. L pp. 9-50, 
illus. 1884. 

The vine worm or lire worm (Anchylopsra vacciniana) — List of remedies — 
Recommendations — Teras oxycoccana — The cranberry spanworm (Cymd1o~ 
phora pampinaHa) — The cranberry fruil worm — The broad-winged Leaf 
hopper (Amphisoepa biviitata) — The cranberry tip worm — Locusts and 
crickets — The chain-spotted geometer (Zerene oatenaria) — The red-striped 
cranberry worm — The hop grub (larva of Hydrcecia immanis) — The hop 
snout moth (Hypena humuli) — The oommon butterfly (Vanessa comma) - 
The white-marked tussock moth (Orgyia leuoostigma) — The fall vrebworm 
(Spilosoma cunea) — The hickory tussock moth (Halesidota caryce) — The 
hop-planl louse (Aphis [Phoroiton] humuli) — The hop-vine leaf hopper 
i lyphlocyba sp.). 

New species of Oncocnemis. I. L., vol. 1, pp. L8-20. isss. 

Notes ou Lachnosterna. I. U, vol. 1, pp. L80-185, illus. L888. 

Lachnostema grandis, L.fusca, L.dubia, L.arouata. 
An experience with rose hugs. J. L.. vol. 3, pp. L13-115. L890. 
Fertilizers as insecticides. 1. L., vol. 3, pp. 1M7, 218. 1891. 
Notes oil the plum curculio. I. U, vol. 3, pp. 219-220. L891. 
An experience with the rose bug. I. U, vol. 3, pp. 220 224. L891. 

Some questions relating to Aphididie. I. I., vol.3, pp. 226,227. 
L891. 

An invasion i>v the clovei leaf beetle, l. L., vol.3, pp, 231-233. 
L891. 

Notes on blackberry borers and gall makers. I. L., vol. I, pp. 27-30. 
L891. 

The squash borei Melittia cucurhitce) and remedies therefor. "I. L., 
vol. i. pp. 30, 31. L891. 

Notes of the year in New Jersey | entomological]. I. U, vol. I, pp. 
i:; 16. L891. 

Notes of the year ill New Jersey | entomological |. I. L., vol. 5, 

pp. 93 98. L892. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 247 

Smith, John B. — Continued. 

The maxillary tentacles of Proimba. I. L., vol. 5, pp. IGI-Ki.5, 
illus. 1893. 

Descriptions of Noctuidae from the J)eath Valley. I. L., vol. 5, 
pp. 328-334, illus. 1893. 

Farm practice and fertilizers as insecticides. I. L., vol. G, pp. 
93-97. 1893. 

The economic value of parasites and predaceous insects. 1. L.. vol. 
G, pp. 142-146. 1893. 

Insects of the year in New Jersey. I. L., vol. G, pp. 187-19:?. 1893. 

Bisulphide of carbon as an insecticide. 1. L., vol. 7. pp. 108-110. 

1891. 

The San .!<)-(■ scale in New Jersey. I. L., vol. 7, pp. 163-167. 1891. 

Notes of the year in New Jersey | entomological |. I. L., vol. 7, 
pp. 186-197. 1894. 

Kntomological notes and problems. Hnt. Bui. No. 2, n. s., pp. 6-18. 

189(1. 

"Raupenleim" and "dendrolene." Bnt. Bui. No. 2, n. s., pp. 31, 32. 

189G. 

Scale insects and their enemies in California. Ent. Bui. No. 6,n, 
s., pp. 16-48. L896. 

Smith, Junius. 

Cultivation <>t' the tea plant in the United states. Ag. Bpt. 1849, 
pp. 402-404. 

Introduction of the tea plant into the United States. Ag. Bpt. 
1850, pp. 192-191. 

Smith, J. H. 

Iinplice and sorghum cull are. and sugar and sirup making. Au. 
Bpt. 1862, pp. 129-1 Hi. 

Preparation] <>i* the soil Soaking the Beed — Planting and cultivation— Ma- 
nuring— Hybridization— Harvesting — Mills— Handling the juice — E> apor- 
ating pans and clarifying -Disposal of the scum from the evaporator— 
Drainage of mush sirup into sugar— Distilling th<- cane juice Bagasse, 
or crushed cane, for fuel and other purposes— Sugar making and refining — 
i see of the seed — Different kinds of cane. 

Smith, J. Lawrence. 

[nvestigation of the Bugar-bearing capacity of the Chinese Bugar 
cane. Ag. Bpt. 1857, pp. 192-196. 

Smith, J. W. 

Fores! tree culture in Dakota. For. Bui. No. 5, pp. 50-52. L891, 

Smith, Lotan. 

[Report mi farm crops, etc., in New fork.] Ag. Bpt, 1851, pp. 
226 231. 

Smith, Nohemi.ih 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Maine. Ag. Bpt. 1861, pp. 144, 146, 

Smith, N. D. 

Abstract of meteorological observations near Washington, Arkan- 
sas. Ag. Bpt L861, pp. 613, 6J I. 



2 18 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Smith, Oberlin. 

[Boad improvement] O. B. 8. Bui. No. 14, pp. 59-63. 1893. 

Smith, S. 

Report on farm crops, etc., in Maine.] Ag. Rpt. 1852, pp. 132, 133. 

Smith, Theobald. 

The gape disease of fowls and the parasite by which it is caused. 
Ag. Rpt. 1884, pp. 269-284, illns. [Translation.] 

The gape disease of fowls and the parasite by which it is caused. 
1st Rpt. B. A. I., pp. 281-296, illus. 1885. 

Investigations of the infectious diseases of animals. Ag. Rpt 
1890, pp. L05-122. 

[nvestigations of the Texas fever — The relation of ticks to Texas cattle 
fever — Swine diseases — An experiment to test the value of subcutaneous 
injections of hog cholera bacilli as a means of preventing hoe cholera — 
An experiment to test the value of injections of hog cholera bacilli into 
the veins as a means of producing immunity — Swiue plague — Two oat- 
breaks of hog cholera. 

Special report on the causes and prevention of swine plague. 
Results of experiments. Unnuin. rpt, pp. 1G<>, illus. 1891. 

Investigation of infectious diseases of domesticated animals. Ag, 
Rpt. 1891, pp. 117-1:58. 

Swine plagne — Texas fever— Pneumonia in cattle — Experiments with the 
milk of tuberculous cattle — Abortion in mares —Miscellaneous work. 

Investigations of infectious diseases of animals. 6th and 7th Rpts. 
B. A. [., pp. 93-110. 1891. 

Investigations of Texas cattle fever — The relation of ticks to Texas cattle 
fever — Swine diseases — Two outbreaks of hog cholera. 

Investigation of infectious diseases of domesticated animals. Ag. 
Rpt. L892, pp. 110-1 is. 

as cattle fever— The cattle tick the carrier of Texas fever — The Texas 
fever microparasite lives in the blood of healthy southern cat th — Prevent- 
ive exposure Prevention — Treatment — Conclusions — Tuberculosis in cat- 
Sporadic pneumonia in cuttle- The oornstalk diseases in cattle— 
Diseases of horses in the West— Miscellaneous work. 

On the pathogenic bacillus from the vagina of a mare alter abor- 
tion. B. A. I. Bui. No. 3, pp, 53-59. 1893. 

Preliminary notes on a sporOZOOn in the intestinal villi of cattle. 
B. A. l. Bui. No. 3, pp. 73-88, illus. L893. 

Investigation Of infectious diseases of domesticated animals. 8th 

and 9th Rpts. B. A. I., pp. L5-66. L893. 

Swine plague \< as fever Pneumonia in cattle Experiments with the 

milk of tuberculous Cattle Abortion ID mares — Miscellaneous work. 

Investigation of infectious diseases of domesticated animals. Ag. 
Rpt. L893, pp. L40-152. 

Tuberculosis in cattle The ways in which tubercle bacilli are discharged 
from the body of tuberculous oattle ( bannels of infection — Relative fre- 
quency Oi in fee | ion through the lung! ami the digestive tract- Tre\ enlh e 

raeasui i - 

The hog cholera group of bacteria. I». A. I. Bui. No. 6, pp. 9-40. 
L894. 

Practical bearing of the preceding investigations [on hog cholera 
and swine plague]. B. A. I. Bui. No. 6, pp. L09-114. 1894. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 249 

Smith, Theobald— Continued. 

Studies in bovine tuberculosis, with special reference to preven- 
tion. B. A. 1. Bui. No. 7. pp. 88-128. 18 ( J4. 

Some practical suggestions for the suppression and prevention of 
tuberculosis. B. A. I. Bui. No. 7, pp. 129-156. 1894. 

Some practical suggestions for the suppression and prevention of 
bovine tuberculosis. Y. B. 1894, pp. 317-330. 

Character of the disease — The contagion sness of the disease — Preventive 
measures — Bovine tuberculosis in its relation to the public health. 

An infectious disease among turkeys caused by protozoa infections 
entero-hepatitis). B. A. 1. Bnl. No. 8, pp. 7-38, illus. L895. 

Sewage disposal on the farm and the protection of dunking water. 
F. B. Xo. 43. pp. 20, illus. 1896. 

Preliminary investigations of unknown diseases in turkeys, loth 
and 11th Rpts. B. A. I., pp. 82, 83. 1896. 

investigations of diseases of domesticated animals. L2th and 13th 
Rpts. B. A. L, pp. 119-18:;, illus. 1897. 

Notes mi sporadic pneumonia in cuttle — Its causation and differentiation 
from contagious plenro-pnenmonia — Two \ arieties of fche tnhercle bacillus 
from mammals — Notes on the evolution <>f hog cholera outbreaks— Swine 

pelas or mouse septicaemia bacilli from an outbreak of swine dia 
Notes on peculiar parasitic affections of the liver in domesticated ani- 
mals — Two cases of cirrhosis of the liver. 

Smith, Theobald, and Charles F. Dawson. 

Injuries to cattle from swallowing pointed objects. 10th and 11th 
Rpts, B. A. [., pp. 78-81. L896. 

Smith, Theobald, and F. L. Kilborne. 

Investigations into the nature, causation, and prevention of Texas, 
or Southern, cattle fryer. B. A. I. Bui. No. 1. pp. 301, ill ns. L893. 

investigations into the nature, can -at ion. and prevention of South- 
ern cattle fever. 8th and 9th Rpts.B. A. I., pp. 177-304, illus. 
L893. 

Smith, Theobald, and Veranns A. Moore. 

Experiments on the production of immunity in rabbits and guinea 
pigs with reference i<> lio^- cholera and swine plague bacteria. B. 
A. 1. Bui. NTo.6, pp. 41-80. 1894. 

On fche variability of infectious dis< - illustrated by hog 

cholera and sw ine plauge. B. A. I. Bui. No. 6, pp. 81-95. 189 1. 

Smith, Theobald, and E. C. Schroeder. 

Some experimental observations on the presence of tubercle bacilli 
in the milk of tuberculous cows when the udder Is do! visibly 
diseased. B. A. 1. Bui. NO. :;. pp. 60 66. L893. 

Smith, Theobald, F. L. Kilborne, and E. C. Schroeder. 

Additional observations on Texas cattle lever. B. A. I. Bui. No. 3, 
pp. 67-72. L893. 

Smith. Washington A. 

Report on farm crops, etc., in Maryland. Ag. Rpt. L850, pp.344 
348. 

Snellen. Maniit s. 

The climate of the Netherlands. W. B. Bui. Nb.2, pt.3, pp 
640, 1896. 



KPAJETMEHT OF AGRICULTURE. 



3 

__ 2 _ from Ci rins in Texas, crop of L88? 

I. L. - -- I 188 

reaction and trade of the world. 1: St - 368- 

The Im: ■ industry in the Unit- I States Cnnuni. rpt.. 

PI - - 18W. 
= z . :■: 

H . _ 1861, pp. 147-154. 

- .prom — Post-mortem appearance— - — :scs — Pre- 

:ion — Treatm t 

8 F H 

lestrod \ineh bags in the field by the 

_ seaaes. I. Ll, vol. 3. 

■ 

I other note^. I. L.. vol. 4. -"_ 

I 

inch bngs in the field by the 
il iutro. . s dis Me B. S. Mis Bui. 

S 15-] I 3 1. 

tomologv a* nl r the 

" -144. illus* : 

= :-: 

Del Idersbydi: _ _ 

• hem. Bnl. No. 31. pi " L891. 

fchod for the determination of 
ad the 

- — ;m sulphide in the determination 
*s ineih m. Bui. No. 31. i 

Huinu- ty. Y. !■ I :». 131-1 -_ 

-.-.'. _:en in humu- 

- — - - 

.:. . " .: : * - - . — M- - :' :.. i * . . .: _- *:.r i.nmn> of the soil. 

lime, 
Loss of nut: < >. K. 

- ; 

- - 
- ' 

Say- B H 

_ K.m^a-. Mo. Rpt. lS*i8. p. 45 

B 

. I 
mi: 

Boob) ■ T. 

_ 



f £uiit^auBa]b» -.KL.vnJL iff. 17fu 

•5. 



in Central Park. LL.T->li.j^5Jufc. 

The parsnip ■ebww L*epr><*i*r*4 fcarwdlammm<u L L- v«L -x. pp. 

ToL7.pp.l£>-13*. 1>94. 

Ti-r -:.:.Mr - x: ■: _::"_ .l :_- - .:^ : >"r- " :l . .~ I !.--• 1 

: - - . = : s - 



ww. Joror. IFpeoL. voL x pj 

sase. Joor. Mt«»L tqL &. pp. 45-96. 



Jo.ni. MveoL. toL & pj. M*-!**. lOils. 



Additional observations on antnracnose of the nollvnocfc. Jour. 
MyeoL. voL 6. pp. 11a. 1 16. 1891. 

Rape iot of grapes and applet Joor. MttoL. voL «L pp. W4- 

i - ., .-: z r z- 
Treatment of apple scab. Jour. MyeoL. voL 5, p; 

Preliminary notes on a new and destructive oat disease.. Jonr. 

MyeoL. voL 6. t _ . " 18 • 



[Report on farm crops, etc.. in Yermoc LJ A* 

A e Use on the cnlture of the vine. - J6. pp. UU. MU* 



5ve : :-: F:v.'.:y - 

»rt ou the cooinieree of Quebec. Canad - Bui. 

- i 

Animals. ceMtls. daily praterta. moats otMiwa, tmto wfc, frmits* l^ara*. 

tnlarm crops, etc*, in ] 

niaimf > >:u _ 

Lawrence, Louis 

i the manntaeti 

Station, ... sS>-> 

S .11. pp. 26, illns. 

- .. 

Summer] - - x 



252 l. 8. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Spencer. Guilford L. — Continued. 

Report of experiments in the manufacture of sugar by diffusion at 
Magnolia Station, Lawrence. Louisiana, season of 1888-89. Chem. 
Bnl. No. 21, pp. 67. 1889. 

Report on sugar. Chem. Bnl. Xo. 38, pp. 149-154. 1893. 

Report on sugar. Ohem. BuL No. 43, pp. 122-125. 1894. 

Spengler. Joseph S. 

Report on farm crops, etc.. in Virginia.] Ag. Rpt. 1848, pp. 478-483. 

Sperk, Franz Otto. 

The four great rivers of Siberia. W. B. Bnl. No. 2, pt. 1, pp. 101- 
11(). 1894. 

Spivey, John. 

\ Report on farm crops, etc., in Iowa.] Ag. Rpt. L852, pp. 28G-28S. 
Sprague, G. 

The meat question analyzed. Ag. Rpt. 1883, pp. 462-484. 

Sprague, Thomas. 

Remarks on cotton in Lower California.] Ag. Rpt. 1856, p. 285. 

Sprung, A. 

On the construction of registering air thermometers to replace the 
ordinary alcohol ami mercurial thermometers. W. B. Bui. No. 2, 
pt. .;, pp. 718-720, lllus. 1890. 
Stalker, M. 

The "loco" plant and its effect on animals. 3d Rpt. B. A. L, pp. 
271-270. 1887. 

Standart, S. H. 

The Live-stock industry of Colorado and the Territories of the North- 
west. 2d Rpt. B. A. L, pp. 327-334. 1S80. 

Stanton, Edgar. 

Cultivation of the nettle in Germany. Ag. Rpt. 1878, pp. 560, 661. 

Stanton, F. J. 

Practical irrigation in Colorado. Ag. Rpt. L871, pp. 254-287. 
The level* Tlif clam, or weir— The sluice, batch, or headgafc — Th<> head 
main ditch I 'all of the main ditch— Flume ohute, or aqueduol Puddling, 
or arl ificial bottoming— Measuring \\ ater— Reservoirs— I different modes of 
irrigation— Irrigation as a vehicle lor fertilizers How much and when to 
irrigate The economy of irrigation -Ditohes in Colorado— Alkali lands — 
Questions on irrigation A great Western American oanal — irrigation 
■ ins of different countries irrigation in France- irrigation in Spain — 
irrigation in Italy — irrigation in India— -Irrigation in our Territories. 

Starling, William. 

Floods of the Mississippi River with reference to the inundation of 

the alluvial valley. \V. B. Bnl. No. 2, pt. L, pp.68 80, L894. 

Stan Frederick, jr. 

American forests: Their destruction and preservation. Ag. Rpt. 
L865, pp. 210-234. 

Evils of past destruction— Increase of destruction — Consumption by build- 
ing railroads Consumption for railroad fuel General consumption of 
wood for fuel Consumption by mechanical industry Destruction by war — 
[mprovidi e Destruction for liquidation of farm debts — Repro- 

duction prevented Preventive measures proposed National scientific 
experiments Deeded Beginnings already in operation — Experiments 
should be protracted, thorough, and various warnings from history — 
What can be < (footed by Mich experiments fndn idtinl efforts on too small 
i 'e Wood pays more than one half of the entire internal revenue <>t' 
the I nite.i States. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 253 

Stearns. Robert E. C. 

Keport on the land and freshwater shells collected iu California 
and Nevada by the Death Valley Expedition, including a few 
additional species obtained by Dr. 0. Hart Merriam and assist- 
ants in parts of the Southwestern United States. N. A. Fauna 
No. 7, pp. 269-283, illus. 1893. 

Steiger, J. B. 

Physical and topographical features of Yuma Count v. Arizona. 
S. Rpt. No. 1)28. pt. 3, pp. 408-41!). 18! K). 

Steiner, Ralph. 

[Keport on the commerce of Munich, Germany.] For. Mkts. Bnl. 
No. 2, pp. 08-72. 1895. 

Animals, cereals, dairy prodtu ts. meats, cotton, tobacco, fruits, liquors, Bcedfl. 

Stejneger. Leonard. 

Annotated list of the reptiles and batrachians collected by the 
I >eath Valley Bxpedition in 1891, with descriptions of new species. 
N. A. Fauna No. 7, pp. 159-228. L893. 
With field notes by Dr. C. Hart Merriam. 

Stelle. J. P. 

Keport on entomological experiments and observations. 1th Rpt 
Fnt. Com., pp. 25-35, appx. iii. L885. 

CottoD blight— Boll rot— 'the flare — Other food plants than cotton — Annoy- 
ances to the cotton worm — Natural enemies— The yeast ferment remedy — 
Pyrethrum powder— Other vegetable poisons — Arsenical i>oi><>ns (london 
purple, paris green, arsenic . 

Stephan. Theodore M. 

Tuberculosis among cattle in Saxony, loth and 1 ltli Rpts. B. A. I., 
p. 99. 1896. 

Stetson, Ezra. 

Swine breeding. Misc. Bpl. Bpt. NTo, 2, pp. 160-162. L8* 

Stevens, William B. 

A brief history of the silk culture in Georgia. Ag. Kpt. 1845, pp. 



MM 1-81 



i . 



Stevenson, J. C. 

Address on road improvement. ! Road [nq. Bui. N<>. 10, pp. 22, 23. 
1894. 

Stewart, E. W. 

Cutting and cooking food for animals. Ag, fctpt. 1865, pp.396 i<>7. 
illus. 

\\li\ fodder should be eat— Mixing different qualities of food — Wl 
gained in catting for a small stock Straw cutters Cooking food for ani 
in. lis — \ aim* of str.iw. analyses i e composition of wheat 

straw -Corn fodder and bean straw < oltivated grasses . dried 

at 212 r. Indian ruin ami wheat bran <>at> and rye Unrlej 
and peas steam apparatus •Preparing food foi steaming Cheap 
steamei Arrangement foi s large stock Results of eookiug Opinions 
of American and English farmers Amount ol itraw and coarse foddei 
w asted. 

Cattle feeding in New Fork. Ag. Bpt 1876, pp. 299 311. 

Present condition of cattle feeding in New York -F< d by 

others— An experiment rroe system of meat production foi New Vork- 
I'nll feeding and early maturity— Ellsworth twin" Another examph — 
The profit of earlj mainrit] a two-yeai old steer. 



254 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Stewart. F. L. 

Maize and sorghum as sugar plants. Ag. Rpt. 1877, pp. 236-264, 
illus. 

Crystallizable sugar— Sugar production in Louisiana — Results of experi- 
ments with maize and Borghnm — Botanical relationships — Period of 
growth — Propagation — Rattooning, or tillering — Climate — Soil — Ma- 
nures — Chemical composition — Sorghum and maize as compared with the 
sugar beet — Climatic range of sorghum and maize — Soils — Effects of ma- 
nures — ( lost of production — Improvement of the soil — Yield per acre — Corn 
and the beet as forage plants in Franoi — system of manufacture for gen- 
eral use — Preparation of the soil — Period of harvesting — Curing of green 
corn — Precautious to be observed — Crushing mills — Heating tanks— Evap- 
orating apparatus — Finishing pan — The cooler — Crystallizing vessels — 
Process of manufacture — Chemical means employed — Treatment of juice 
iu the tanks — Chemical react ions — Evaporation— Crystallizing — special 
treatment <>f sorghum in crystallization — Analysis of dried sugar corn. 

Stickney, Lyman D. 

| Report on tana crops, etc., in District of Columbia.] Ag. Rpt. 
ISP), pp. 192-194. 

Tropical Florida. Ag. Rpt. 1861, pp. 402-404. 

Stiles, Charles Wardell. 

The country slaughterhouse as a factor in the spread of disease. 
V. B. LSI));, pp. 155-166, illus. 

Introduction— Notes taken at the various slaughterhouses— Slaughterhouses 
naturally centers of disease— Preventive methods — General suggestions — 
Summary. 

Eteporl upon the present knowledge of the tapeworms of poultry. 
15. A. I. Bui. No. 12, pp. 9-79, illus. 1896. 

The flukes and tapeworms of cattle, sheep, and swine, with special 
reference to the inspection of meats. B. A. 1. Bui. No. 11), pp. 
11-136, illus. 1898. 

Stiles, Charles Wardell, and Albeit Hassall. 

The color of a host and its relation to parasitism. I. L., vol. t,pp. 
265,266. L892. 

A revision of the adult Cestodes Of cattle, sheep, and allied animals. 
B. A. 1. Bui. No. 1, pp. L34, illus. L893. 

Stiles, Harvey C. 

Spraying for black scale in California. 1. L., vol. 2, p. 146. 1889. 

Stohmann, F. 

Heat equivalent of the nutrients of food. E. S. R., vol.6, pp. 590- 
608. L895. 

Stokes, Charles. 

WornOUt lands Of New Jersey. Ag, Rpt. 1861, pp. 206-209. 

Stokes, John W. 

Report of t he Act ing < lommissioner of Agrieull are. Ag. Rpt. L867, 
pp. v \i\. 

Progress oi agriculture— Retrogression— -The politioa of agriculture Rail- 
roads the wool Interest Southern affairs— -Stock importation- -Depart- 
ment operations [*he eed distribution 'Propagating garden The ex- 
perimental farm The ( bemioal Laboratory — Statistics The Department 
building I inance. 

Stone, G. E. 

Vegetable physiology in agricultural colleges. O. B. S. Bui. No. 
11. pp. 99-102. L897. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 256 

Stone, J. 

Remarks on cotton in Cuba. Ag. Rpt. 185G. p. 295. 

Stone, Leonard. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Massachusetts.] Ag. Rpt. 1848, 
pp. 361-365. 

Stone. Richmond. 

Historical sketch of national road building in the United States. 
Road Inq. Bui. JSo. 17, pp. 7-15, illns. 1895. 

Stone, Roy. 

Report of Special Agent and Engineer for Road Inquiry. Ag. Rpt. 
1893, pp. 585-rm. 

[Report on progress of organization of national leagues for good 
roads.] O. E. S. Bui. No. 14, pp. 13. 14. 1893. 

Best roads for farms and farming districts. Y, B. 1894, pp. 501- 
504, illus. 

Kind of road for the tanner — Maintenance of roads. 

[Address before National Road Conference, July 5, 1894.] Road 
[nq. Iiul. No. 10. pp. 7-9. L894. 

Report of the Special Agent and Engineer for Road Enquiry. Ag, 
Rpt. 1894, pp. 217, 218. 

Cooperative road construction. V. B. 1895, pp. 487-492. 

Community of interest in road construction — National and state aid — Legis- 
lation favoring the cooperative system — Best road for farming districts- 
Use of convict labor — Cooperation necessary. 

Origin and work of the Darlington Road League. Road [nq. Oirc 

No. 17. pp. (J. ilins. L895. 

Road building in the United States. Road [nq. Bui. No. 17, pp. 
15-52. 1895. 

Report of the Special Agent and Engineer for Road inquiry. Ag. 
Rpt. L895, pp. 195-199. 

Traffic of the country roads. Road [nq. Circ. No. 19, pp. 3. L896. 

Report of the Special Agent and Engineer for Road inquiry. Ag. 
Rpt. 1896, pp. L45 1 19, 

Brick pacing for county roads. Road [nq. Bui. No. 25, pp. 7, illus. 
L896. 

Report of the Director of the Office of Road Inquiry, Ag. Rpt 
[897, pp. [73- L75. 

Address before the state Board of Agriculture, Augusta, Maine. 
January 21, 1897.] Road Giro. No. 28, pp. 1 10, L897. 

Remarks at the hearing by the Committees of Senate and Assem 
bly at Albany, New Xork, February 25, 1897, on the Bigbie 
siate aid road bill.] Road Oirc. No. 28, pp. [0-15. [897. 

[Remarks at the good roads banquet at the League of American 
Wheelmen, Albany, New York, February [1,1897. Road Circ 
No.28, pp. L5 l'.». ' [897. 

[Address before the General Assembly of North Carolina Road 
Oirc. No. 28, pp. l'.» 23. [897, 

| Letter to [llinois farmers' in si itute. Road < lire. No. 28, pp. 23 26. 
[897. 



U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Stone. Winthrop E. 

Notes on the occurrence and quantitative estimation of the penta- 
glucoses in feeding stuffs. Chein. Bui. No. 28, pp. 125-128. 1890. 

A comparison of methods for the determination of starch. Chem. 
BuL No. 43, pp. 103-100. 1894. 

Dietary studies at Purdue University, Lafayette, Indiana, in L895. 
(). B. S. Bui. No. 22, pp. 22. L896. 

The carbohydrates of wheat, maize, flour, and bread, and the action 
of enzymic ferments upon starches of different origin. O. B. !S. 
Bui. No. 34, pp. U. 189G. 

Street, John Phillips. 

The Ulsch method in determining nitric nitrogen in complete fer- 
tilizers. Chem. Bui. No. 35, pp. 88, 89. 1892. 

Reporl on nitrogen. Chem. Bui. No. 49, pp. 12-24. 1897. 
Stiickney, L. D. 

Florida. Ag. Rpt. 1862, pp. 59-65. 

Soil, climate, and productions. 
Strohm, John. 

The Gonestoga horse. Ag. Rpt. 1863, pp. 175-180, illus. 

Stubbs, William C. 

Report on sugar analysis. Chem. Bui. No. 31, pp. 70, 77. 1891. 

Analyses of sugars. Chem. Bui. No. 13, pt. (>, pp. 662-663. L892. 

Analyses of molasses and sirups. Chem. Bui. No. 13, pt. 6, pp. 698- 
702. 1892. 

Analyses of confections. Chem. Bui. No. L3, pt. 6, pp. 728, 729. 
1892. 

Analyses of honeys, ('hem. Bui. No. 13, pt. 6, pp. 769, 770. 1892. 

Sturtevant, E. Lewis. 

Deerfoot Farm centrifugal dairy. Ag. Rpt. L880, pp. 629-651, illus. 

Sublette, George B 

Pavements and roads in cities ami towns. Road [no. Bui. No. 2, 
pp. 9, lo. L894. 

Sudworth, George B. 

Forest flora of the Rocky .Mountain region. For. Bui. N<>. ii, pp. 
L53 l!»7, illus. L£ 

AdditioDs t<» the forest flora of North America, and necessary 
changes in nomenclature of important timber species, with notes. 
. Rpt. L892, pp. 324 330. 

Nomenclature of the arborescent flora of the United States. For. 
Bui No. I I. |)|>. 419, 1897. 

Sullivan, G S 

Reporl on farm crops, etc., in Virginia.] Ag. Rpt. L851, p. 315, 
Bummer, William 

'^^^ culture of the sweet potato. Ag. Rpt. L845, pp. 450-453. 
Bomrnen B< nj tmin 

Repoi i on farm crops, etc., n, Ohio. Ag, Rpt, 1852, pp. 245-249. 



INDEX TO AUTHOES. _.H 

Summers, James D 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Ohio.] Ag. Rpt. 1848, pp. 536-537. 

Summers, Laurel. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Iowa.] Ag. Rpt. 1852, pp. 339, 340. 

Swallow. G. C. 

(Irape culture in Missouri. Ag. Rpt. 1857, pp. 232-237. 

Swan, Frederick. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Maine.; Ag. Rpt. 1852, p. 130. 

Swank, J. M. 

The Department of Agriculture: Its history and objects. Onnuni. 
rpt., pp. 64. 1872. 

Swanstom. Robert L. 

[Bemarks on cotton in Samoa and other South Pacific islands.] 
Ag. Rpt. L856, p. 262. 

Sweetser, W. S. 

Comparison of nitrogen determination by the Kjeldahl method — 
distilling with and without potassium sulphide, ("hem. Bui. No. 
49, p. 25. 1897. 

Swenson. Magnus. 

Experiments with sorghum at Fort Scott. Ag. Rpt. L887, pp. 213- 

2i' 1. 

Experiments with Borgham at Fort Scott. Ghem Bui. No. 17, pp. 

5-15. 1888. 

Swingle, Walter T. 

Treatment of smuts of oats and wheat. F. B. No. 5, pp. 8. L891. 
Some Peronosporaceae in the herbarium of the Division ofVege 
table Pathology. Jour. Mycol., vol. 7. pp. L09-130. 1892. 

The grain smuts: Their causes and prevention. Y. B, 1894, pp. 

l()'.» 129, illus. 

Stinking smuts of wheal Loose smut <>t" wheat— Smut »>f barley, rye, ami 
corn—Practical directions for treatmenl of seed for smut -Extra increase 
in yield ana result of seed treatment— Duty of seedsmen Summary. 

An improved method of making Bordeaux mixture. .lour. Mycol., 
vol. 7, pp. 365-371. 189 1. 

Bordeaux mixture: It- chemistry, physical properties, and toxic 
effects on fungi and algae. Veg. Phys. and Path. Bui. No. 9, pp. 
37. L896. 

Swingle, "Walter T., and W. A. Kellerman. 

New species of Kansas fungi Jour. Mycol., vol. 5, pp. 11 l I. L889. 

\.w species of Kansas fungi, dour. M \ col., vol. ~>, pp. 72 

Status of the sorghum blight Jour. Mycol., vol, 5, pp. L95 199. 
L889. 

Prevention of smut in oats and other cereals, dour. Mycol., vol. <*>. 
pp. 26 29. L890. 

Swingle. Walter T.. and Herbert J Webb 

The principal diseases of citrous fruits in Florida. Veg, Phys. and 
Path. I'.ul. Nil 8, pp. 12, illus. L890. 
21713 No. 4 17 



258 U. B. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Swinton. A. H. 

Data obtained from solar physics and earthquake commotions 
applied to elucidate locust multiplication and migration. 3d Rpt. 
But. Com., pp. 65-85. 1883. 

Stridulation in Vanessa antiopa. I. L., vol. 1, pp. o07. 308, illus. 
1889. 

How are insect vivaria to be lighted \ I. L., vol. 3, pp. 18. 19. 1890. 

Swoope, John M. 

Report on farm crops, etc., in Alabama.] Ag. Rpt. 1850, pp. 

1 ( J4-1!m;. 

Sylvester. E. Ware. 

The osier willow. Ag, JJpt. 1873, pp. 254, 255. 

Symons, G. J. 

English meteorological literature, 1337 to 1699. W. B. Bui. No. 2, 
pt. 2, pp. 338-351. 1895. 

Taft, L. R. 

Report on experiments with remedies tor the apple scab. Bot. Bui. 
No. ll.pp.30-3s. illus. 1890. 

Irrigation for the garden and greenhouse. Y. B. 1895, pp. 233-246, 

illus. 

The water supply — rower and machinery — Distribution — Reservoirs and 
tanks— Applying the water— Irrigation tor the garden— Irrigation for 
orchards— Cost of irrigating— Profits from irrigating— Irrigation tor the 
greenhonsi — Greenhouse snoirrigation. 

Tamari. Kizo. 

The Pice and soil culture and agricultural education in Japan. 
Misc. Spl. Rpt. No. 9, pp. 187-191. 1885. 

Taney, Charles. 

Report on farm crops, etc., in Virginia.] A-g. Rpt. is is. pp, 
486-489. 

Taney, James B. 

Reporl <>n the commerce of Belfast, Ireland.] For. Mkts. Bui. No. 
1. pp. 1L'7-1 14. L895. 

Animals, cereals, dairj prod nets •meats, cotton, etc. tobacco, fruits, liquors, 

■ ds. 

Tavean, Augnstin L 

.Modern farming in America. Ag. Rpt, 1>>7 1. pp. 280-294. 

The steam plow— The si ram ditcher — The gang plow— The harrow —The ser- 
rated roller -The grain drill The reaper Hie horserake— The thrasher 
The mower The bay tedder— The horse hay sweep l 'he horse hayfork— 
The sulky corn planter The sulk] cultivator Corn harvester— The corn 
huskei I be cornstalk outter— The < "ti<>n planter. 

Tavel, Franz von. 

Contributions to the history of the development of the Pyreno 
mycetes. Jour Mycol., vol. 5, pp. 53 58, L 13-123, L81-184, illus. 
L889. 

Taylor, A. O D. 

Wasps in India. I. I,., vol. 2, p. 1 13. 1889. 

Taylor, Alexandei S 

Oalifornia products. Mo. Rpt, l*<'>7. pp. 56, 57. 
Pali kcias, <>iiv< s, mulberries, and almonds. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 259 

Taylor, Charles W. 

Importance of raising and feeding more cattle and sheep. Ag. 
Rpt. 1804, pp. 249-288, illus. 

Table of mean actual weights (pounds and ounces! of the entire bodies and 
the different organs and parts of different descriptions of animals. 

Taylor, H. M. 

Importance of the range industry. 2d Rpt. 1>. A. I., pp, 293-325. 
1886. 

Condition of the cattle-range industry. .*>d Upt. B. A. L, pp. 

105-124. 1887. 
Condition of the eattle interests west of the Mississippi River. 4th 

and 5th Rpts. B. A. 1., pp. 3ub-3:;8. Lss<>. 

Taylor, John L. 

History of the Ohio company for importing English eattle. Ag. 
Rpt. 1851, pp. 98-103. 

Taylor, N. R. 

Highs and lows. Mo. \Y. R., vol. 25, pp. 350, 351. 1897. 
Taylor, Thomas. 

Report on fungoid diseases of plants. Ag. Rpt. 1871, pp. 110-122, 
illus. 

Mildew on the European grapevine — Diseases of the pear— Fungoid di* 

o!' the peach tree — Tlie mildew diseases of the lilac. 

Microscopic investigation. Ag. Rpt. 1872, pp. L88-203, illus. 

Pear-tree blight — Fiji Island cotton— Onion blight and smut (Genus I'ero- 
nospora) — Yellows of the peach — Potato blight and tot. 

Pear-tree blight. Mo. Rpt. 1872, pp. 225-229, illus. 
Fiji Island cotton. Mo. Rpt. L872, pp. 317-319. 
Fellows of the peach. Mo. Rpt L872, pp. 387-389, illus. 
Onion blight and smut. Mo. Rpt L872, pp. 1 19-451, illus. 
Potato blight and rot Mo. Rpt. L872, pp. 507-511, illus. 
Potato blight and rot. Mo. Rpt. L873, pp. L 18- 123, Illus. 
Microscopic investigations. Ag, Rpt. L873, pp. L83-210, illus. 

Hawthorn blight Potato blighf and nn Black knot— Orange blight 
\pi»lc Bpeck, or i <>t I taion rust. 

The potato rot. Mo. Rpt L873, pp. 251-253, illus. 

Rcestelia lacerata and . Ecidium laceratum. Mo. Rpt. 1873, pp. 131- 133, 
illus. 

[Orange disease in Florida.] Mo. Rpt L873, pp.588 594, 

Black knot -Onion rust Mo. Rpt. L874, pp. 52 54, illus. 

Microscopic observations. Ag, Rpt. L874, pp. L61 178, illus. 

| Apple rot. | Mo. Rpt L874, pp.228 231, 

[The potato rot] Mo. Rpt L874, pp. 273 275, illus. 

The cranberry rol and scald. Mo, Rpt L874, pp. 139 M!>. 

Black kimt of plum and cherry trees. Mo, Rpt. L874, pp. 51 i 519, 
illus. 

Cranberry rot and scald. Mo. Rpt, L875, pp, 12 14. 
i ontinued from < >ctobei l v 7 1. 



260 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Taylor. Thomas— ( Continued. 

Microscopic observations. Ag. Rpt. L875, pp. 187-206, illus. 

Cellulose and starch — Cranberry rot and scald — Black knot. 

Bacterium. Mo. Rpt. 1875, pp. 310-319. 

| Report of New Jersey Cranberry Association, September 9, L875.] 
Mo. Bpt. L875, pp. 445-448. 

Microscopic observations. Mo. Rpt. 187<>, pp. 45-49, illus. 

( >n cranberry rot, etc. — LJlmic compounds, or peaty matter— Insects injurious 
to cranberries — Penidllium glaucum. 

Microscopic investigation. Ag. Rpt. 1876, pp. 74-86, illus. 

Mushrooms — Microscopic Centennial collection of fungi — Phylloxera — 

I'.ncah pti. 

.Microscopic observation. Mo. Rpt. l s 7»'». pp. 196-198, illus. 

Cellulose and starch in plants and animals. (Continued from July, 1875.) 

Cranberry rot — Black knot. Mo. Rpt. 187C, pp. 350-383, illus. 
Coniomycetes ustilaginei. Mo. Rpt. 1876, p. 413, illus. 
Grape mildew and rot. Mo. Rpt. 1 S7<>, pp. 464-466. 

Cranberry culture in New .Jersey. Ag. Rpt. 1877, pp. 569-576. 

Soil — Savanna soil — Grasshoppers — Irrigation and Liming — Fertilizers — 
Natural crauberrj bogs — Storing cranberries— Coloring wild berries — 
Cranberry vines— Sulphuring vines— Solar heat — Pine stumps -Profitable 
cultivation of peal lands. 

Report of the Microscopist. Ag. Rpt. L885, pp. 89-108, illus. 

Miscellaneous work — Textile fibers— Parasites in domestic fowls— Fungi — 
of butter and other fats— Examination of butter and its substi- 
tutes To separate butter crystals— Mounting butter crystals— Chemical 
test for butter, oleomargarine, and butterine— Ho* to detect the crystals 
of Lard by the naked eye — Edible mushrooms of the United States, 

Reporl of the Microscopist. Ag. Rpt. L886, pp. L39-145, illus. 
Miscellaneous work -The physiological action of borax Arrangement of 
microscope, etc.— Crystalline formations of butter— Crystals of fats 
How to mount crystals of fats — Beef fal — Oloo- Neutral lard— Oleomar- 
garine— The Buusen filter pump — Cottonseed oil used in oleomargarine— 
Beunc oil Peanut oil Butter tests corroborated. 

Report of the Microscopist. Ag, Rpt. 1887, pp. 617-625, illus. 

Miscellaneous work Special breeds of cattle in relat ion to butter crystals — 
Oleomargarine and butterine Use <»t' terms -Oleo — Stearine— Stearic 
acid Commercial stearine— Condition of i'ats in health and disease 
List of persons submitting samples oi butter, fats, oils. 

Reporl of the Microscopist, A.g. Rpt. L888, pp. 559-564, illus, 

Black pepper White pepper- White mustard seed Black stard seed- 
Cloves Ulspice Cinnamon Color reactions of fats and oils and Snores* 
ceuoe A new pocket polariscope (oleoinargariscope). 

Reporl of the Microscopist. Ag. Rpt. L889, pp. L91-200, illus, 

Tea and its adulterations- Original mioroscopic investigations Ho* to de- 
tect tone cell in the ten leal Olive oil and lard, and their adulterants 
Original investigations relating to color read ions. 

Report of the Microscopist. Ag. Rpt 1890, pp. 361 374, illus. 
The silver test for the adulterations of lard and oils Ho* to detect ficti- 

is lard Silver test for olive oil Mushr as of the I oited stales 

i i hi edible mushrooms <>r the United States Mushroom culture Aim 
lie i a i mushroom spawn Twelve poisonous mushrooms Batter and tats 
mai micvoscopist ln> est igat ions. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 20 1 

Taylor, Thomas— Continued. 

Report of the Microscopist. Ag, TJpt. 1891, pp. 415-416, illus. 
[m proved methods of distinguishing between pure and fictitious lard — Adul- 
terated coffee — Four edible mushrooms of the United States — Mushroom 
culture— Glossary of terms used in describing mushrooms— Mechanical 
devices perfected during the year. 

Report of the Microscopist. Ag. Rpt. 1892, pp. 281-292, illus. 

Work of the year — Edible and poisonous mushrooms — Culinary preparation 
of certain edible mushrooms — Detection of poisonous mushrooms by means 
of a silver spoon, onions, etc. — Three edible mushrooms — Amanita— Lepi- 
ota — Cortinarious — The volva — The mushroom veil — Mushroom trills — 
Mushroom spores — Silver nitrate test tor oils— Crystallization of <>il> or 
other acids 

Report of the Chief of the Division of Microscopy. Ag. Rpt. 1893, 
pp. 297-302, illus. 

Work of the year — A mushroom herbarium — Microscopical investigations — 
Investigation of the cotton staples of the United States— Measurement of 
cotton fibers — Four edihle mushrooms — Buasula virescens — Coprinus coma- 
tus—Mara8mius oreades, "fairy ring mushroom" — Agaricus — Crystalliza- 
tion of seed-oil fats and animal fats — Cbaulmugra fat— Cocoanut oil— 
( larapa, or " orah " oil fat—" Palm-oil " fat— Animal fats. 

Report of tlie Chief of the Division of Microscopy. Ag. Rpt. L894, 
pp. 195, 196. 

Taylor. William A. 

Report of the Assistant Pomologist. Ag. Rpt. L893, pp. 277-296, 
illus. 

Office work — The fruit crop of the year— Climatic conditions— Apples and 
i lehes plums, and small fruit— Grapes— Oranges and lemons 
-Exhibit Of the Division at the World's Fair— Uncertainty of varietal 
names of fruits— Seeds, plants, and scions received and distributed—' 
Apple— Plum -Cherry — Fig — Australian fruit and nut trees Miscellane- 
(iii — Promising new fruits — Apple — Tears — Quince — Peach — Plums — 
( lierrv — ( Irape — Raspberry — Semitropical fruits — Kaki - < >range— Wild 
fruits — Persimmon — Papaw — Nuts — Almond — Chestnuts — European 
ha /el — Shagbark — Pecans — Black walnut. 

Small-fruit culture for market. V. B. L895, pp. 283 294, illus. 

Choice of location— Preparation of soil — Manuring— Planting and cultiva- 
tion Pruning and winter treatment — Varieties for market— Selection of 
plants — Harvest ing and marketing— Strawberry -- Blackberry — Rasp- 

l>ei n. ( in rent and goosebei ry 

Tein. M. von. 

Regimen of the Rhine region: High-water phenomena and their 
prediction. W. B. Bui. NO. 2, pt. L, pp. 117 L21. L894. 

Teller, George L.. and F. W. Woll. 

Report on analysis of cattle foods. Ghem. Bui. No. 38, pp, 1l , _' 135. 
is!i;;. 

Terne, Bruno. 

On sources of errors in the determination of potash. Chem.BuL 
ffo.31, pp, L50 152. L891. 

The availability of nitrogen in mixed fertilizers. Ohem.Bul.Ko. 

38, pp. H> I-'., l 

Thaxter. Roland 

Fungi described in recent reports of the Connecticut Experiment 
Station. Jour. MyooL, vol. 7, pp. 278-280. : 



262 l". s. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Thayer. E. H. 

od roads.] O.E.S.Bul. No. L4, pp. 63-69. 1893. 
Going in debt for good roads. Road [nq. Bui. No. 26, pp. 5. L897. 

Thomas, Cyrus. 

Notes od the agriculture of northern Colorado. Mo. Rpt. 1869, 
pp. 284-296. 

The I >enver district — Boil— Climate — Cereals — Other productions — Fruits — 
stock raising — Irrigation — Fencing — < Obstacles and drawbacks— Remarks 

by Mr. Miles. 

Notes on the agriculture of Colorado and New Mexico. Mo. Kpt. 
!-<;!>. pp. 379-381. 

Agricultural resources of Wyoming Territory and of Utah. Ag. 
Rpt. 1870, pp. 548-569. 

Laramie plains— The Sweetwater region — The eastern plains— The Wind 
River district — The Great Salt Lake basin — Salt Lake basin proper- 
Utah Lake Valley — Rush Valley — Sevier River basin— Climate and pro- 
ductions. 

Agricultural topography and resources of Montana Territory. 
A j. Kpt. 1871, pp. 131-448. 

The northwestern section — Southern section — Northern section — Southeast- 
ern section — Stock raising, climate, etc. 

Thomas, Fr. 

Cranberry leaf galls. I. L„ vol. 1, pp. 279, 280. L889. 

Thomas, John J. 

Fruit culture. Ag. Uj)t. 1850, pp. 82-101. 

Fruit as an articleof food and as an article of comfort and luxury — The 
value of food for market — Transplanting — Preparation of soil — Cultiva- 
tion and mulching— Selection ami particular treat incut of different fruits — 
Apple, pear, peach, plum, apricot, cherry, grapes, small fruit garden, 
strawberries, currants, and raspberries — Raising fruit for market. 

Report on farm erops. etc., in New York.| Ag. Bpt. 1851, pp. 
208 2 10. 

Grafting and budding. Ag. Rpt. 1856, pp. 315-328, illus. 

Them \ of grafting — Operation of grafting — Modea of grafting — Budding or 
inocnlat i ■ . 1 1 Stocks for fruit t rees. 

Farm implements and machinery. Ag. Rpt. 1862, pp. i L 0-423, illus. 

Culture and management of forest trees. Ag. Kpt. L864,pp. I 

Shelter to the land— Modes of plant in g— Planting the seed and cult ivation — 
Planting the seed l><pth for planting seed rhinningout plantations 
Adaptation of species \>< soils Mixture of different species Phe result <>t 
experiments Quantity of timber obtained ami age for outting. 

Thomas W. R. 

Agricultural statistics of Colorado. M<>. Bpt, L869, pp. 296, 297. 

Thompson, E. H. 

Notes on Tasmania Goccinellidoe. I. L.,vol.6, pp. LI, 12. L893. 

Thompson, George F. 

Index to the annual reportofthe Department of Agriculture for 
the years 1837 i<> L893, inclusive. Pubs. Bui. No. L, pp. 252. 
L896. 

Report of the Superintendent of the Document Room. Ag. Rpt. 
L897, pp. :*:; 35,61 89. 

Synoptical index of tin' reports of the Statistician, L863 t<> L864. 
' Pubs. Bui. No. 2, pp. 258. L897. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 263 

Thompson, G. W. 

| Report oil farm crops, etc.. in Louisiana.] Ag. Rpt. 1850. pp. 
398, 399. 

Thompson, John. 

Effects of the presence of a few drops of nitric acid in the acid 
digestion of soils. Chein. Bui. Xo. i7. p. 49. 189b'. 

Thompson, J. C. 

On the culture of sweet potatoes at the North, and the mode of 
preserving them through the winter. Ag. Rpt. 1862, pp. 220, 221. 

Plants oi -lips — Planting the ground — Planting on sod — Setting the plants — 
After treatment— Gathering and preserving. 

Thompson, J. J. 

The Florida •• horse leech." 10th and 11 th Bpts. B. A. [., pp. 97. 98. 
1896. 

Thompson. R. O. 

The native fruits of the far West. Ag. Rpt. ISO.",, pp. 207-209. 

Grape-growing at the West. Ag. Rpt. 1866, pp. 115-118. 

Botany and agriculture of the Rocky Mount basins. Ag. Rpt. 
1866, pp. 125-131, illas. 

Thompson, W. J. 

Brown coal and wood char in the filtration of cane juices and 
sirups. Ag. Kpt. 1887, pp. 268-281. 

Brown coal and wood char in the filtration of cane juices and 
sirups. Chem.Bul. No. 17. pp. 99-112. 1888, 

The tropical sugar-cane borer in Louisiana. [. L., vol. 2, pp. 289, 
290. 1890. 

Thompson, Zodock. 

[Reporl on farm crops and meteorology in Vermont,] Ag. Kpt. 
1850, pp. 194, 195, 

Thomson, A. M. 

Tree culture on the Western Plains, for. Bui. No. 5, pp. L5-50. 

1891. 
Thomson. John. 

Report on farm crops, etc.. in Vermont.] Ag. Kpt. 1851, pp. 
659 661. 

Thouie, C. E. 

The preparation of experiment station reports for popular use. 

Mis,-. Spl. Kpt. No.'.i. pp.93 '.»;. L885, 

Pot or box versus pl.it experimentation. <>. E2. S, MEisc Bui. No. ; . 
pp.81-87. L891. 

How can we increase the attendance of station officers a( our 
annual conventions 1 O. E. 8. Bui. No. 20, pp. 61 63. 1894, 

Thornton. C. C. 

Character of swine plague in the Sonthwe-t. Spl. Rpt, Nb. 22, 
pp. 84 89. L880, 

Thornton, James, jr. 

Report on farm crops, <■[<•.. in Pennsylvania. A.g. Rpt 1851, 
pp. 238, 239. 



264 ['. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Thornton, James, jr.— Continued. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Pennsylvania.] Ag. Rpt. 1852, 
pp. l'l'3, 224. 

Throckmorton, Mary B. 

[Reasons for cultivating flowers.] Ag. Rpt.. L852, pp. 60,61. 

Thurston. R. H. 

Education in mechanical engineering and the mechanic arts. 
O. E. S. Bnl. No. 41. pp. 111-1 L6. 1897. 

Tilden. L. L. 

Sigh farming as illustrated in the history of the Netherlands. 
\ _. Rpt. L866, ]>i). 527-537. 

The Netherlands as an agricultural example — I >ikes and drainage — Draining 

of Barlaam Lake — Social and agricultural progress — Dairies — Fuel re- 
sources—statistics of production — Education and morals. 

Tillo, Alexis de. 

Magnetic survey of Europe and Asia. W. B. Bui. No. 2, pt. 2, pp. 
265-469. 1895. 

Tillotson, S. 

Sugar cane: Its culture in Louisiana. Ag. Rpt. 1845, pp. 910,911. 

Tilton G. W. 

importance of spark arresters. For. Bui. No. 1, pp. 136, 137. 1887. 

Tinelli, L. W. 

Culture of the olive. Ag. Rpt. 1849, pp. 461-462. 

Tipton. J. C. 

[Address on road improvement.] Road Imp Bui. No. 10, pp. 20,21. 
L894. 

Tisserand, E. 

An ideal department of agriculture and industries. Y. B. L896, 
!>]). 543-55 I. 

Neoessitj lor a department of agriculture— Fundamental principles oi' a 
department of agriculture Methods of oontrol in Prance — Encourage- 
ment oi private agricultural schools — Cooperative agricultural experi- 
ments The scope of a department of Agriculture Functions of an Irish 
department of agriculture Divisions of ministry of agrioulture — Qualifi- 
cations of a minister— Qualifications of heads oi' divisions— Consultative 
bodies— Permanent scientific counselors Councils of agriculture, artoj 
ami manufactures— Permanent technical commitl 

Tod, John G. 

Movement for u<><>d roads in Harris County, Texas, Road [nq. 
Dnl. No. L5, pp. is 20. L895. 

S. Edwaids. 

improved farm implements. Ag. Rpt. L866, pp. 225-228, illus. 

Lab implements Agricultural dj namica The natural gail of ani- 

mals Variable velocity The correct velocity for machinery Heavyvs. 
light implements Suggestions about the weight of implements Fly- 
wheels and toothed- wheels ll<>\\ much is a day's work- -Agricultural 
engineers inventing labor-savins implements Stump and rook ma- 
< linn I ircnlar wood-sawing machines Ditching maoninea Plows and 
ii<'is Potato planters and diggers Machines for sowing fertili 

1 1 1 - 1 < - 1 > of mowers and reapers improved implements for 
handling hay Thrashing machine- C'haftTng fodder and fodder cutters 
Corn busking machinery cider and wine mills [mproved churns. 

Pract icai notes on underdraining. Ag. Rpt L870, pp. 584-600, illus. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 265 

Togno, Joseph. 

North Carolina grapes. A.g. Rpt. 1851, pp. 48-51. 

Tollens, B. 

The nitrogen-free extract of plants and feeding stuffs. B. S. R., 
vol. 8, pp. 641-661. 181)7. 

Torrey, John. 

Notice of several indigenous plants suitable for hedges. A.g. Rpt. 
L857, pp. 2:30-24:3. 

To si. P. 

Agriculture in Alaska. Rpt. Stat. 1S!)3, pp. 75—77, map. 
Townsend, C. H. Tyler. 

Some Michigan notes recorded entomological]. 1. L., vol. 2, 
pp. L2-44. L889. 

Ghilo saccharalis in New Mexico. I. L., vol. 4, pp. 24, 25. L891. 

A note on the white grub of Allorhina. I. L., vol. 4, p. 25. 1891. 

Notes of interest [entomological]. I. U, vol. 4. pp. 26, 27. L891. 

Biologic notes on Xew Mexico insects. I. L., vol. 5, pp. .'37-40. 
1892. 

The possible and actual influence of irrigation on insect injury in 
New Mexico. I. U, vol. 5, pp. 78-81. 1892. 

Further notes on the cottontail hot, with breeding and identifica- 
tion of the Hy. I. L., vol. 5, pp. 317-32,0. L893. 

On the injurious and other locusts of New Mexico and Arizona. 
I. U, vol. 6, pp. 29-32. L893. 

Dipterous parasites in their relation to economic entomology. I.I-., 
vol. 6, pp. 201-204, L893. 

Report on the Mexican cotton-boll weevil (Antlionomus grandis in 
Texas. I. L., vol. 7. pp. 295-309, i litis. L895. 

Description— Life history and habits — Parasites and probable enemies — 
Present spread in rexas -Method of its importation— Amount of damage 
cansed bj it in Texas— Remedies necessary to exterminate n Accessory 
remedies -Fallacious remedies Quarantine and prohibitive measures 
against new importations isolation of our cotton region from thai of 
Mc\i«-o -The serious aspect of the question as il affects the cotton market 
Concerted action and compulsory Legislation. 

Report of a trip to investigate insects of economic importance in 
Mexico. Km. Bui. No. I, t. s., pp. 9 25. L896. 

Tracy, S. M. 

Experiments on the bollworm injuring tomatoes. A-. Rpt, L888, 

pp. 1 11. 1 12. 

Report of an Investigation of the grasses of the arid districts of 
New Mexico. Arizona, Nevada, and Utah. Bot. Bui. No. 6, 
pp. 5 29. L888. 

Mississippi Experiment Station. A.g. Rpt. L890, pp.378 383, 
Orchard grass {Dactyli* glomerate R< icue grass {Brumm mi 
Wati Paspalum dilitatum) Carpet ' platyoau 

grass Elymua virginicus) Texas blui „i aravhni/erc Red top 

[AgroHs vulgaris) Crab grass (Fanicum languinah liermmla (Cynodon 
flaclylon) .loin, son rghum kalepense) Ufalfa | >/- 

Melilotna (Melilotus alba) Mexican clover Rirhardsoi niothv 

(Phleum pratenae) Kentucky i>ln<- grass (/'oa pratvnaia) Meadow foxtail 
[Alopeoarut praietuU) -The Raj 1 urn Red olover lr\foliiim 

pnih 



266 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Tracy, S. M. — Continued. 

Cooperative branch stations in the South. Ag. Rpt. 1891, pp. 
344-351. 

Colorado blue-stem (Agropyrum glaucum) — Japanese rye (A. japonioum) — 
Australian bine grass (Andropogon eriantkoides) — Smooth brome (Bromut 
inermw)— Star-grasa ( hloris swartziana)— Indian beard grass (Ckrysopogon 
8emtZatu«)— Crested dogtail I Cj/nosurua cristatus) — African millet | Eleusine 
coracana) — Teff (EragroetU abyssinioa) — Slender love-grass | Eragrostia 
parviflora — Everlasting grass (JEriochloa unnnlala) — Teosinte (Eicklattia 
luxuriant) — Velvel grass (Holcus lanatus) — Many-flowered millet (Orjf- 
zopsi» membranaoea) — Mnnro grass (Panicum agro*Unde$) — Para grass 
(/'. barbinode) — Indian millet (P. frumentaceum)— Swamp panic (P. gib- 
bum) — Spreading panic (P. profilerum) — Texas millet (P. texanum) — Blue 
canary-grass I Phalaria ccerulescens) — Sorghums (Sorghum vulgar* ) — Sacca- 
tone (Sporobolus airoidee) — Beggar weed i Desmodium molle) — Winter vetch 
(Lathyrus hirsutus) — Burr clover (Medicago m aval at a) — Crimson clover 
// * j nli a in inedmatum). 

Cooperative branch stations in the South. A<i - . Rpt. 1892, pp. 
209-213. 

Hungarian brome (Bromus inermis) — Teosinte (Euchlama luxuriant) — Crab 
- i Panicum sauguinale) — Cowpea (Dolichoi .sinensis) — Melilotns \feli- 

loins alba) — Alfalfa (Medicago sativa) — Bairy veteb | l'i<i<i rill<>*<i i. 

Descriptions of a new species of Puccinia and (Jromyces. .lour. 
Mycol., vol. 7, p. 281. L893. 

Forage plants of secondary or undetermined importance for the 
Southern States, and the composition of forage plants grown in 
the Smith. B. S. R., vol. 6, pp. 91-103. L894. 

Forage plants for the South. P. B. No. is. pp. 31, illus. L894. 

Cultivated varieties of cotton. (). B. S. Bui. No. 3:5, pp. 197-224 
L896. 

Tracy, S. M., and J. B. Ellis. 

A few new fungi. Jour. Mycol., vol. 6, pp. 7f>. 77. 1890. 

New species of I icdi'iiea-. Jour. Mycol.. vol. 7. p. 43. 1891. 

Tratman, E. E. Russell. 

Metal tracks for railways. For. Bui. No. 3, pp. 7—21, L889. 

Patents relating to metal railway tracks. For. Bui No. 3, pp. 36- 
48. L889. 

Treatment of railway ties in Bngland. For. Bui. No, 3, pp. 49-51, 
L889. 

The relation of railways to the timber resources of the United 
States. For. Bui. No. 3, pp. 68-75, L889. 

i i oi metal ties on railways in foreign countries and in the United 
States. For. Bui. No. t, pp.59 292. L890. 

Genera] review of the metal track question. For. Bui. No. 4, pp, 
293 325. L890. 

Patents relating to metal railway tracks. For. I ml. No. I. pp. 326- 
347. L890. 

i e of metal ties on railways in foreign countries and in the I 'nited 
States. For. Bui. No.9,pp. 13 l t3. L894. 

Tabular summary of metal tracks. For. Bui. No. 9, pp. 145-147. 
L894. 



INDEX TO AUTHOKs. 2G7 

Tratman, E. E. Russell — Continued. 

General review of the metal-track question. For. Bui. No. l .K pp. 

14! >-!_>():_'. 1894. 

Historical notes [on metal tracks]. For. Bui. No. '.». pp. 203-209. 

1804. 

Wooden tics, preservative processes, and metal tie plates. For. 
Bui. No. 9, pp. 211-256. 1894. 

Patents relating to metal railwav tracks. For. Bui. No. 9, pp. 292- 
311. 1894. 

Tray, Richard S. 

The breeds of sheep best adapted toNew England, with suggestions 
as to their treatment. Ag. Rpt. 1861, pp. 130-137. 

Trelease, "William. 

[Report on cotton insects.] Cot. Insects, pp. 361-379. 1879. 

'The smut of timothy (Tilletia strueformis). Ag. Rpt. 1885, ]>]>. S7. 
58. 

A spot disease of orchard grass. Ag. Rpt. 1886, pp. L29-131, illus. 

Trenchard, John A. 

Condition and prospects of Southern agriculture. .Mo. Rpt. 1868, 
pp. 447-449. 

Trowbridge, John. 

An endeavor to discover electrodynamic radiations from the suu. 
Mo. W. R., vol. 24, p. W9. 1896. 

The Roentgen rays. Mo. W. R., vol. 25, pp. 348, 349. 1897, 

Trowbridge, Stephen V. R. 

| Report on farm crop-, etc. in Michigan. Ag. Rpt. 1851, pi>. 
404-406. 

True, A. C. 

Origin and development of agricultural experiment stations in the 
United State-. Ag. Rpt 1888, pp. 541-547. 

A brief account of t lie experiment station movement in the United 
States, o. B. S. Bui. No. 1. pp. 7.4-Ts. 1889. 

Report of the Director of the Office of Experiment Stations. \^. 
Rpt. 1893, pp. 117-464. 

Operations of the Office <■!' Experiment stations — Changes in 1 1 1 *» office 
force —Work of tin- year — Practical experiments at the agricultural experi- 
ment stations Tin- manufacture of cheese Experiments in raising and 
breeding sheep -Home-mixing of fertilizers Barnyard manure I! 

t i f soil moisture t«> crop production Potato Bcab !'.- an anthracnoee 

Crimson cl -"i;i beano Melilotus— Vetches flat pea, oi Latkyru* 

Btflvestrii- Fertilizer experiments on tomatoes Statistics <>r the 

i ol leges lia\ ing courses in agrioulture tin- \\ isconsin dairy school 
sties of the colleges having courses In agriculture— Statistics o 
cultural schools, oolleges, and experiment station-,. 

Report of the Director of the Experiment stations. Ag, Rpt 
1894, pp. 123 131. 

Changes in office force— Work of the j ear— Publications — < !ard index— Pub 
lications in preparation Populai re< periment-station wt 

World's I -iii- work Association <>i America Itural < ollegen and 

Experiment Stations Bibliographical work Mailing list- -»< ed <listn- 
bution < orrespondence Reports of colleges having oo jricnl- 

tun — Supervision of expenditures of experiment stations— In 
krding the nutritive value an<l the economy of foods. 



268 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

True, A. C— Continued. 

Canaigre Eumex hymenosepalus). <>. B. 8. Circ No. 25, pp. 4, illus. 

L894. 

I description — Tannin content— Where grown— Culture — Preparation for 
market— Supply — Value. 

Education and research in agriculture in the United States. Y. B, 
L894, pp. 81-110. 

Origin and development of agricultural institutions in the United States — 
The first plan lor agricultural education — Washington's message to Con- 
-Agricultural lairs at Washington — Cattle shows in Massachusetts — 
Hindrances to agricultural education, 1810-1810 — Revival of interest in 
agriculture — Plans for agricultural education in New York and other 
States — The first agricultural college — The firsi Morrill Act — Origin and 
development of the United states Department of Agriculture— The agri- 
cultural experiment stations — Establishment of the Office of Experiment 
Stations — The second Morrill Act — Present status of agricultural educa- 
tion and investigation in the United States — Colleges having courses in 
agriculture — Agricultural experiment stations — Office of Experiment 
Stations. 

Report of the Director of the Office of Experiment Stations. Ag. 
Kpt. US'.U), pp. 131-143. 

Snpen ision of expenditures of experiment stations — Publications — Publica- 
tions in preparation — Card indexes — Bibliographical work — Seed distribu- 
tioti — ( ' or respon denc< — 1 distribution of publications — Report of the colleges 
ha\ ing courses in agriculture — Associal ion of American Agricultural ('nl- 
leges ami Experiment Stations— Investigations regarding the nutritive 

value and economy of foods. 

The work of the Office of Experiment Stations. O. B. S. Bui. 
Nn. 24, pp. 39-42. 1S1U). 

Agricultural experiment stations: Their object and work. ( >. B, S. 
Bui. No. 26, pp. L6. 1895. 

Statistics of agricultural colleges ami experiment stations. O. E. S. 
Circ. N«>. 27, pp. is. L895. 

Agricultural education and research in Belgium. V. B. L896, pp. 
361^370. 

European versus American method of promot ing education — General charac- 
teristics of Belgian agriculture— General organization of agricultural 

cil ii cat ion — Agricultural schools — Experiment stations at ( lemblonx — Com- 
paral ive view of agricultural education in the I ' n i t <-W States. 

Report of the Director of the Office of Experiment stations. Ag. 



Upt. L896, pp. 123-14; 



Supervision of expenditures of experiment stations— Experiment stations \u 
Alaska Publications of the office Card indexes Bibliographical wort - 
ibntion of publications Report of the colleges having courses in 
agricultnn Association of American Agricultural Colleges and Experi- 
ment Stations Nutrition investigations — Work and expenditures of agri- 
cull ural experiment stat ions. 

Broom coin [Andropogon sorghum vulgare.) (). E. S. ('ire. No. 28, 

pp. 1. 1890. 

Borne elements of permanency in experiment station work. < ). I'], s. 
U.nl. No. 30, pp. Ii' Hi. 1896, 

Work and expenditures of agricultural experiment stations. <). 10. 
s. Circ. No. 29, pp. I. l 

Some features of European institutions for agricultural education. 

o. l . s. Cue. No. 32, pp. 7 l 1. L896. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 269 

True, A. C. — Continued. 

Statistics of land-grant colleges and agricultural experiment sta- 
tions, 1896. O. E. 8. Circ. No. 3."), pp. IS. 1897. 

Report of the Director of the Office of Experiment Stations. Ag. 
Ept. 1897, pp. 117-139. 

Supervision of expenditures of experiment stations -Experiment stations iu 
Alaska -Publications of the office — Card indexes— Distribution of publi- 
cations and seeds — Bibliographical work — Relations with American insti- 
tutions for agricultural education — Relations with foreigD institutions for 
agricultural education and research — Association of American Agricultural 
Colleges and Experiment Stations — Experiment Station exhibit at the Paris 
Exposition of 1900— Changes in the personnel of the office — Nutrition 
investigation. 

A report on the expenditures of the agricultural experiment sta- 
tions established under the act of Congress of March 2, L887, 
for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1896. S. -Doc. No. 137, pp. 08. 
1897. 

A report on the work and expenditures of tin* agricultural experi- 
ment stations for the year ended June 30, 1897. O. E t 8. Bui. 
No. 50, pp. 97. 1898. 

True. A. C. and F. H. Hall. 

Farmers' institutes. B. S. R., vol. 7, pp. 635-642. 1896. 

Ti umbower. M. R. 

Notes on an outbreak of Texas fever among cattle. Cnnuin. rpt.. 
pp. 208-213, in "Contagious diseases." 1883. 

Ergotism among cattle in Kansas. 1st Rpt. B. A. 1.. pp. 310-320. 
1885. 

Outbreak of Southern cattle lexer in Kansas. i>t Rpt. B. A. I., 
pp. 393-425. 1885, 

Including remarks on the following subjects: Glanders among horses; bog 
cholera, or Bwine plague; outbreak of Southern cattle fever in Butlei 
( 'mint v. Kansas. 

Southern cattle fever at the ( JhicagO I'uion Stock Yards. 1st Rpt. 
15. A. 1.. pp. I 1 1. 445, L885. 

Texas fever — Tuberculosis — Glanders. 1st Rpt. I>. A. 1.. pp. 152- 
454. L885. 

Outbreak Of glanders at .Miami. Missouri. 1st Rpt B. A. I., pp. 
157 160. L885. 

Parasitic bronchitis among calves. 1st Rpt. B. A. I., pp. 165 167, 
1 885, 

Diseases of the nervous system, Dis. Horse, pp. 181-217, illus, 

IS! in. 

Diseases of tin- heart and blood 7088018. Dis. Hoim\ pp. 219 246, 
illus. L890. 

Tupper. Mrs. Ellen S. 

Bee keeping. Ag. Rpt. 1865, pp. 158 175. 

!li\e> Size and shape of hives Wintering be* — Feeding bees -Artificial 
swarming Swarming versus nouswarming i niting Ijoea Hon* 
sources The bee mots The Italian bee < hauging from common toll 
bees -Subduing bees, bt «■ dress, etc. Adaptation of the business i«» w 

Winter bee keeping. Ag. Rpt 1867, pp. 209 -l l. 



270 U. 6. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Turner. G. W. 

Report on farm crops, etc., in Virginia.] Ag. Bpt. 1852, pp. 95-97. 

Turner, J. B. 

Plan for an industrial university. Ag. Bpt. L851, pp. 37-44. 

The best mode of fencing our Western prairies. Ag. Bpt. 1851, 
pp. 445-447. 

Twigg, William Aug. 

[Remarks on Arundinaria gigantea in Indiana.] Ag. Rpt. 1850, p. 
289. 

Twichell, Marshall H. 

[Report on the commerce of Kingston, Canada.] For.Mkts.BnL 
ffo.4,pp.30,31. IS!)."). 

Uhler, P. R. 

Insects injurious to vegetation. Ag. Rpt. 1800, pp. 312-322. 

Hemiptera and Beteroptera of the Death Valley Expedition. N. A. 
Fauna No. 7. pp. 260-265. 1893. 

Underbill, F. S. 

Report on artesian wells. S. Ex. Doe. No. 222, pp. L05-109, illus. 
1890. 

Underbill, R. T. 

Preparations for sowing wheat. Ag. Bpt. 1845, pp. 432-434. 

Underwood, Daniel K. 

[Report of the American Pomological Society for Michigan.] Ag. 
Bpt. 1856, pp. 376-387. 

Underwood, Lucien M. 

Discuses of the orange in Florida. Jour. Mycol., vol. 7, pp. U(», U7. 
L891. 

Updyke. Stephen G. 

Beporton artesian wells. 8. Ex. Doc No. 222, pp. L10-124. 1890. 

Upham. C. 

Artificial manures. Ag. Bpt. 1861, pp. Ill, L45. 

Upton. "William, jr. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Maine. Ag. Bpt. L 852, pp. 116-119. 

Urich. F. W. 

Notes on some insect pests of Trinidad, West Indies. 1. L., 
vol. L96 L98. L893. 
v.i ji Bui en, J. 

Report on farm crops, etc.. in < Georgia. I Ag. Rpt. L851 . pp. 318-322. 
[Report on farm crops, etc., in Georgia.] Ag. Bpt. 1852, pp.82 85. 
Fruit culture at the South. Ag. Rpt 1854, pp. 277-280. 
V;m Demon, H. E. 

Report of the Pomologist. Ag. Bpt. L886, pp.259 276, illus. 

The futnre of the diviHion Exports versus imports Collection and distri- 
bution "i \ .-in. ties Summary <>i investigations Orcharding In northern 
\cu England, by Dr. T. II. Hoskins. 

Beport of the Pomologist. Ag. Bpt. L887, pp. 627 652, illus, 

I li-' apple: d inseol depredations, and varieties Peach, plum, 

orange, pomelo, kaki (Japanese persimn ), <>li\r. date, oranberrj 

Propagating nut trees Peach culture in the extreme southwest, by 
< . . < tndertlonk. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 271 

Van Deman, H. E. — Continued. 

Report of the Pomologist. Ag. Rpt. 1888, pp. 565-595, illus. 

Fruits examined — Cabinet of records — Official visits — Investigations in for- 
eign countries — Our wild fruits — Paris Exposition — The apple — Varieties — 
Jefferies — Borovinka — Prolific Sweeting — Zolotoreff — Red Transparent — 
The pear — Wilder — [daho — The plum — Wayland — ( llyman — The peach — 
Bid well's Early — Thedwarfjuneberry( Amelanchier oblongifolia I — Su< 
The pepino (Solatium guatamalense)— Out cultivated fruits — Native and 
introduced— Horticulture in art— The apple (Pyrus malus) — The pear — 
(/'. communis) — The peach (Persica vulgaris) — The nectarine (/'. vulga- 
ris vat. larvis) — The almond (Amygdalus communis) — The apricot I trmeniaca 
vulgaris) — The quince (Cydonia vulgaris) — The fig | Fteus carica | — The pome- 
granate (Punica granatum) — The olive (Olca europea) — The banana i \fusa 
8apientum). — The medlar (Mespilus germaniea) — The loquat (Eriobotrya 
japoniea) — The guava (PsUUum) — The pineapple (Ananassa sativa) — The 
cocoanut (Cocos nucifera) — The date {Phoenix dactylifera) — The orange 
(CUrus aurantium) — The lemon (C. limonium) — The lime (C. lunettu) — The 
citron i C. medica) — The shaddock (C accumana) — The wild orange — The 
cherry (Cerasus sylvestris and C. vulgaris) — The plum | Prunus) — The grape 
(Vttis) — Small fruits: The strawberry (Fragaria) — The raspberry (Bubus) 
The blackberry — The currant (Ribes rubrum) — The gooseberry— The cran- 
berry (Vaccinium macrocarpum) — The huckleberry | ' oorynxbosum) — The 
barberry < Berberis vulgaris) — Thejuneberry Amalanchier canadensis — The 
buffalo berry (Shepkerdia argentea) — The black haw (Viburnum pruni- 
folium ) — The t ree cranberry ( /'. opulus) — The elderberry i Sambucus canaden- 
sis) — The mulberry | Munis) — Thepapaw I Asimiwx triloba) — The persimmon 
(Diospyros virginiana) — The Japanese persimmon l>. kaki) — Concluding 
remarks. 

Report of the Pomologist. Ag. Rpt. 1889, pp. 433-452, illus. 

Procuring and distributing seeds, plants, and scions of plants— Fruits ordered 
from foreign countries — The Asiatic persimmon -The tig— Asia t to peaches — 
The grape— The date— The citron— Native fruits— Wild fruits investi- 
gated—The chestnut— The plum— The currant— The appli — The pear- 
Grape sirup--. \ fruit ladder— Fruit growing in Florida— Tropical fruits — 
The cocoannt Cocos nucifi /" I — The sapodilla dchras sapota | —The mango 
( Ma iit/ii'i )•<( indica) — The banana — Semitropica] fruits— The kaki — future 
work. 

Report <>f the Pomologist A.- Rpt 1890, pp. W9-424, ii] us . 

The fruit crop — Trips of investigation -Distribution of seeds, plants, and 
scions of fruits Nut culture — The pecan — The chestnut- The almond — 
Propagation— Native fruits The apple The strawberry— The grape- 
Tropical fruits— The pineapple— Semi tropical— The kaki— The goumi. 

Report of the Pomologist A.g. Rpt 1891, pp. :;7!» 104, illus. 
The i mil orop of the year — Frail farming in southern Missouri Strawberry 
culture in eastern Virginia The Norfolk method Varieties Marketing 
Special investigation of the kaki in Georgia ami Florida -Seeds, plants, 
ami Bcions distributed -Kaki Citron Date Miscellaneous rruits re- 
ceived for examination and identification— The guava Meeting of the 
American Pomologioal So • t Scientific pomology — Commercial pomol- 
Mi icellaneous. 

Report of the IN riogist Ag. Rpt L892, pp, 247 280, illus. 

rhe frail orop of the year— The strawberry distriol of the South Atlantic 
coast Florida South Carolina N<uth Carolina Fruit growing in Colo- 
rado Seeds, plants, am! scions distributed Chestnut Kaki Orange 
Miscellaneous- Promising new fruita A>pples Russian apples Crab 
apple Peai I berry Peach Plum '.rape Blackberry Gooseberry 
Kaspberrj (black R ■ • purple rtaspberrj (red Strawbei 

Tropica] and semitropica] fruits Kaki Loquat- Oranges Lemon- 
PromiHing wild frail Persimmon Nu1 Ri Ision of fruitnomenrlature 
Rules for naming and describing fruits A tree protector — Frail culture in 
Minnesota, Wisconsin, South Dakota, and Iowa rhe frail orop <d ; 
Fruit at the fairs Orchards visited Experimental work -Experimental 
1 1 <e stal ion at < >w atonna. 



272 l\ S. DEPARTMENT OE AGRICULTURE. 

Van Diest. P. H. 

Report on the geological conditions of artesian basins in eastern 
Colorado and New Mexico. S. Ex. Doc. ^so. k 22'2, pp. 87-1)7, 
charts. 1890. 

Van Slyck, De Witt C. 

Cultivation of peppermint. Ag. Rpt. 1S19, pp. 387-390. 

Van Slyke, L. L. 

Report on methods for the determination of nitrogen. Chem. Bui. 
No. 35, pp. 07-79. 1892. 

The determination of casein in cow's milk. Chem. Bui. No. 38. pp. 
109-110. 1893. 

The determination of fat in cheese. Chem. Bui. No. 38, pp. 110, 
117. 1893. 

The determination of acidity in milk. Chem. Bui. No. 38, pp. 117- 
119. 1893. 

flic determination of albumen in cow's milk. Chem. Bui. No. 43, 
pp. 188-19l>. 1891. 

Calculation of total solids in milk from the per cent of fat and the 
specific gravity, according to the formulas of Babeock, Fleisch- 
mann, and of Behuer and Richmond, compared with the gravi- 
metric method. Chem. Bui. No. 4 5, pp. 193, 194. 1894. 

Report on methods lor the analysis of dairy products. Chem. Bui. 
No. 19, pp. 98-103. 1897. 

Van der Stok, J. P. 

The climate of the Malay Archipelago. \V. 1>. Bui, No. 2, pt. 3, 
pp. 669-672. 1896. 

Vasey, George. 

Remarks on work of Division of Botany. Mo. Rpt. 1872, pp. 142, 
1 13. 

Report of the Botanist. Lg. Rpt. 1872, pp, 159-179, illns. 

Forest tree culture — The jute plant (Corchonts) — What is oundurangof — 
Cultivation of the oinchona— Effeol of the change of climate upon the 
bark products in [ndia— The black Knot of plum and cherry trees. 

Botanical notes. Mo. Rpt. L872, pp.222-225. 

/.Kilns odora(i88ima — Shade and ornamental trees Vegetation In western 
Kansas Grasses for fixings shifting soil. 

Botanical notes. Mo. Rpt. L872, pp. 313- ."'»17. 

I In- cottonwood tree ( >ui native oaks (description and geographical distri- 

1 mi i ion i. 

Foresl tree culture. Mo. Rpt. 1872, pp. 381-387. 

( ottonwood, maples, box ciders, ailanthus, ash. walnut, elms, white willow, 
evergreens, pines, Bpruoe (or fir), laroh, 

Botanical notes. Mo. Rpt. L872, pp. 1 Hi 1 19. 

Curious phenomenon in vegetable physiology- Rural adornment — American 
plants in < h eat Britain. 

Botanical notes. Mo. Rpt. L872, pp.505 507. 

\ poisonous Kudbeckia PotentiUa fruotiooaa, or shrubby cinquefoil — Trees 
!••! cultivation Experiments with foresl trees in Kansas. 

Botanical notes. M<>. Rpt. l*7.">, pp. 34, 35. 
Branching palms PotentiUa fvueticosa again. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 273 

Vasey, George — Continued. 

Botanical notes. Mo. Rpt. 1873, pp. 115-117. 

Apocynum as a liber plant — Poisonous plants— Hardback ami Potentilla 
fructicosa — Forests and rainfall. 

Interesting example of fasciation. Mo. Ept. 1873, pp. 171, 172. 

Botanical notes. Mo. Rpt. 1873, pp. 247-249. 

Fertilization of wheal and otber grasses — The Babylonian, or weeping, 
willow — Rocky Mountain oak. 

Botanical notes. M<>. Rpt. 1873, pp. 354-356. 

Supposed American origin of Rub us idcens (the garden raspberry) — A nemopsia 
ealifornica a new medicinal plant l — Grasses for the South and Southwest- 
Norway oats — Salt, or mint, weed. 

Botanical notes. Mo. Rpt. 1873. pp. 503-500. 

A poisonous California plant — Orchard grass— Garrya eZZipftca— Influence 

of the moon on vegetation — Multiplying plants by division. 

Botanical notes. Mo. Rpt. 1873, pp. 585-587. 

Bromus schraderi, or Australian oats — Aquilegia chrysantha — Purple cone 
(lower i Echinacea purpurea) — Fertilization of dowers. 

Botanical notes. Mo. Rpt. 1874, pp. 50-52. 

Apocynum cannabium as a tilier plant — Nourishment of buds through the 
bark — I >e ( andolh-'s Prodromua — Populua monilifera a> a shade tree — Early 
flowering of the jasmine. 

Circulation of sap — Rocky .Mountain grasses. Mo. Rpt. L874, 

pp. 151-15(1. 

Report of the Botanist. Ag. Rpt. 1874, pp. 156-160. 

Grasses for the South— Plants poisonous to cattle in California. 

Botanical notes. Mo. Rpt. L874, pp. 227, 228. 
flora of Colorado — Production of gum in fruit i. 

Poisonous plants [loco and tattlcw eed . Mo. Rpt. 1874, pp.330, 

331. 
Grasses lor the South. Mo. Upt. 1874, pp. 379, 380. 
Remarks on Pentstemon.] Mo. Rpt. L874, pp. 138, 439. 

Botanical notes. Mo. Rpt. L874, pp. 513, 51 i. 

The pel si mmon — Oxytropis lamberti (said to be poisonous to cattle | — A valua- 
ble grass for the South ami Southwest. 

[Remarks on Xerophyllum asphodeloides. Mo. Rpt. L875, pp. 

L26, lii7. 
Forest trees of tin- United States. Ag. Rpt, 1875, pp. L51-186. 

Centennial collection: Magnoliacoas, Anonaoea, Capparidaoew, Canellacc(r, 

Tamaritcineo?, Uuttifera?, Vem»tromiaceo? } ViliaoeoB, Zygopkyllacear } Zantkoxy- 

Simarubiaceat, Burterucea*, Olacinea . MeliactiF, fticim Irineo', 

Rhamnact a . Sapindm ea* } Anacardiaceo', ' </</<-,./. LeguminoscB, Bonn • a . Hama- 

ni'lifi", liln :<>i>h'H(ici ii . < umhri tm i ,i . M i/rlmt <i . CacfOOSfP, .1 ralimi </ . ( ormi- 

1 1 <i . ( 'njii iininii i ii , 1,'itiiitn i 'i . Ericaccaif Styrace<e t Cyrillaoec, Eotnacta> } 
Sapo facta 3 , Theophra$tace<?, Bignoniaoea*, Veroenocta*, Borraginaoea" f Oh 
Kyvtageniacea*. robygonao0<B, Lauracea*, Eleagnacea', Euphorbiaeea', I rtioacta", 
riiitiiimt < <i . Juglandaoea*, Cupul\feras, MyWoaoMV, oetulacea} } 8al 

t 'inn ft rii , Palmat ea . LilUu < a . 

Flora of Japan. Mo. Rpt. 1875, pp. 178, 170. 

North American maples. Mo. Rpt i s 7.~». pp.313 315, 

Report of the Botanist. A.g. l*'pt. l ^ 7 « ; . pp. 73, 74, 

2171.5— No. i IS 



274 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Vasey, George — Continued. 

lieport of the Botanist on grasses. A£. Rpt. 1879, pp. 349-359, 

illus. 

Panicum anceps (flat-stemmed panic grass), P. agrostoides, P. proliferum (crab 
is, sprouting crab grass), P. capillare (witch grass . P. gibbum, P, diva- 
ricatum (cane-like panic grass), Andropogon maoourus (heavy -topped 
broom grass), Tritioum ripens (conch grass, quack grass), Bromus sacalinua 
(chess, or cheat), Elymus canadensis (large wild rye, lyme grass), Festuca 
pratensis (meadow fescne grass), Glyceria aquatica (reed meadow grass . 
G. nervatar (nerve meadow grass), Poa compressa (wire grass, blue g 
Arena striata (wild oat grass), Danthonia spieata (spiked wild oat grass . 
I>. compressa (compressed oat grass), Phalaris intermedia (American canary 
grass), Anthoxantnum odor at urn (sweet vernal grass). Daotylis glomerate 
(orchard grass). JSonteloua oligostachga (grama grass), Spartina cynosuroides 
sh-watei cord grass), Muhlenbergia glomerata, Cinna arundinacea I wood 
reed grass), Tricuspid purpurea (sand grass), Aristida purpurea (purple 
awned grass). 

Report of the Botanist. Ag. Rpt, 18S0, pp. 375-3SG, illus. 

Paspalum ovatum, Setaria iialica (Hungarian grass), 5. glauoa (foxtail, bottle 
grass), Millium effusum (wild millet), Alopecurus pratensis (meadow fox- 
tail), Phleum pratenae (timothy), Agrostis vulgaris (red top), Muhlenbergia 
mexicana (wood grass), M. aylvatica (wood grass), Calamagrostia cana- 
densis ( bine-joint grass), Buchloe dactyloides (burr'alo grass), Aira txespi- 
tosa (hair-grass), Arrhanatherum avenaceum (meadow oat grass), Holcus 
lanatus (velvet grass, meadow soft grass), Phragmites communis reed 
grass . V<li<-a mutica (melic grass), Glyceria canadensis (rattlesnake g 

ragrostia poceoides var. megaataehya, E. purskii, Jiromus era tua 
(erect brome grass), Lolium perenne (rye grass and Italian rye grass , Hor- 
deum nodosum \ barley grass, meadow barley), Elymus virginicus (wild rye 
grass), E. etriatua (smaller wild rye grass . 

Report of the Botanist. Ag. Rpt. 1881, pp. 231-256, illus. 

Bermuda grass, wild oats (Arena fatua), Polypogon monspeliensic (beard 
grassj, Agrostis mierophylla, A. exarata (false red top), Calamagrostis syl- 
vatica„Muhlenbergia oomata, Eriooma ouspidata (bunch grass . Stipa -■ 
(beard grass, loin eh grass |, Stipa em 'mens | feather grass), Aira danthonioidi s. 
Trisetum oernuum, T. subspioatum, Avenafatua t Danthonia calif omioa, Kaleria 
cristata, Melica bulbosa (bulbous melic grass . M. imperfecta, Poa oaltfomica 
(bunch grass), P. arachnifera (Texas Blue grass . Distichlis maritinu 

i, marsb grass), Festuca miorostachys (small fescue grass), Elymuscon- 
atus (giant rye grass), Erodium cioutarium (pin grass. alfilaria), Fri- 
folium procumbent (small yellow clover), Medicago lupulina (hop mediok, 
black medick), M, eativa (lucern, alfalfa). 

The grasses of the United states, being- a synopsis of the tribes 

and genera, with descriptions of the genera, and a list of the 

Bpecies. Spl. Rpt No. 63, pp. 17. 1883. 

Report of the Botanist Ag. Rpt 1883, pp. 83-98, illus. 

Grasses of the Greal 1'lains— The oheal question— Bermuda grass for hay — 

i >esci ipi ion of gi asses. 

Report of the Botanist. Ag. Rpt 1884, pp. 123-136, illus. 
l Rescript ion of loco w eeds. 

The distribution Of North American forest trees. .Misc. Spl. Rpt 

No.5, p|)..;s-];;. i.ssi. 

Report of the Botanist. Ag. Rpt. 1 886, pp. 63 88, illus. 

Description of foreign and native medicinal plants Notes on grassi 
Fn neons d i seases of plants, bj l". Lamson-Sonbn«r— The tmul of t imoi by 
VUUtia stria formit . l»y William Trelease. 

The grasses needed for agriculture in the United States and the 

neeessit\ for experiment stations. .Misc. Spl. Rpt No. 9, pp. 
L68-173. L886. 



IXDEX TO AUTHORS. 275 

Vasey, George — Continued. 

Report of the Botanist. Ag. Rpt 1S8G. pp. 09-93, illus. 

History of the division — Exposition work — Work with grasses — Foreign 
inquiries, pte. — Relation of the division to other branches of the Depart- 
ment — Directions to correspondents — Some native clovers — YVe 
agriculture. 

Keport of an investigation of the grasses of the arid districts of 
Kansas, Nebraska, and Colorado. Hot. Bui. No. 1. pp. 19, illus. 

1886. 

Report of the Botanist. Ag. Ept. 1887, pp. 301-321, illus. 

Forage plants — Weeds of agriculture — Medicinal plants — Immediate influ- 
ence of cross-fertilization upon the fruit — Secondary results of pollination. 

A report on certain grasses and forage plants for cultivation in 
the South and Southwest. Bot. Bui. No. 3. pp. 03. illus. 1887. 

Desiderata of the herbarium for North America north of Mexico: 
Kanunculacea' to Rosacea*, inclusive. Bot. Bui. No. 4. pp. 15. 1887. 

Report of the Botanist. Ag. Bpt. 1888, pp. 305-324, illus. 

Grasses and weeds — The pastoral resources of Montana — Mining and b1 
raising — General features in Montana — Climate — Native grasses — Con- 
cluding remarks. 

Notes on grasses. Bot. Bui. No. 8. pp. 10. 17. 1888. 

Grass experiment stations. Bot. Bui. No. 8, pp. 9-16. 1889. 

Botanical notes. Bot. Bui. No. 8. pp. 18, 19. 1889. 

The genus Panicum in the I nited States. Bot. Bui. No. 8. pp. 20-39. 
L889. 

Report <»f the Botanist Ag. Rpt 1889, pp. 377— '»'.♦<;. illus. 

<.. neral statement— Relation of botany to agriculture — Advance of botanical 
science — Purpose of the Botanical Division — Uses of the herbarium — 
Experiment grass station at Garden City, Kansas— Noxious w< 
Skortia galaoifoli — The extermination of nut grass— Florida plants — Uniola 
palmcri — Useful desert plants. 

Report of the Botanist. Ag. Rpt. 1890, pp. 375-392, illus. 

Introduction — Forage experiments— Other experiments — Herbarium — Medic- 
inal plants — Publications— Insecurity of the herbarium — Mississippi Ex- 
periment Station— Experiment station at Garden City. Kansa — I 
for arid districts— Noxious weeds — New foddei 

Notes on some Pacific Coast grasses. Oont Nat. Serb., vol. l. 
pp. 265,266. 1890-1895. 

Description of new or noteworthy grasses from the Tinted Slates. 
Oont Nat. Herb., vol. l. pp. 267-280. L890-1895. 

Description of new grasses from .Mexico. Cont Nat. Heib.. \ol. 
1, pp. 281-285, 111ns. L890 L895. 

Report of the Botanist Ag. Rpt 1891, pp. 341-358, illus. 

Field wrork— Publications — Grass and forage experiment station at Garden 
City, Kansas I ooperative stations in the West and Sonthwesl Cooper- 
ative iitaneii station- m the South— Characteristic vegetation of the deseii 
region from western rexas to oentral Arizona —Two weeds aew to the 

I 'liited St.it. | 

Plates and descriptions of the desert region of western Texas, 
New Mexico, Arizona, and southern California. Bot Bui. No. 
12. 1891, 



276 U. s. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Vasey, George — Continued, 

Report of the Botanist. Ag. Rpt. 1892, pp. 201-214, illus. 

Work of the year — Field work — Office work — Publications — Experiments 
on grasses and other forage plants — Investigation of weeds — The grass 
experiment station of the Department at Garden City, Kansas — Report of 
Dr. J. A Sewell — Grasses — Other forage plants — Grains— Experiments on 
evaporation — Tree planting— Mode of cultivation — Cooperative branch 
stations in the South — Hungarian brome — (Browns inermis) — Teosinte 
{Euchlcena luxuriant) — Crab grass I Panicum sanguinale)— Cowpea (Dolivhos 
sinensis) — Melilotus (Melilotus alba) — Alfalfa (Medicago sativa) — Hairy 
vetch | Vicia villosa) — The Russian thistle. 

Plates and descriptions of the grasses of California, Oregon. Wash- 
ington, and the Northwestern coast, including Alaska. Bot. 
Bui. No. 13, 1893. 

Vasey, George, and Peter Collier. 

Report of the Botanist and Chemist on grasses and forage plants. 
Ag. Rpt. 1878, pp. 157-194, illus. 

Panicum texanum (Texas millet), P. crusgalli (barnyard grass, cock's-foot 
- . P.sanguinale (crab grass), P.virgatum (tall panic grass, switch 
9), 1'. filiforme (slender crab grass), P.jumentorum (Guinea grass . /'. 
obtusum (obtuse flowered panic grass), Cynodon daotylon (Bermuda y 
wire grass), Eleusine indica (crowfoot. yard grass, dog's-tail), Daoty 
ium cegyptiacum (crowfoot gi ipsaoum dactyloidet (grama grass), 

Sorghum halapense (Johnson grass, false Guinea grass), Sorghum nutans 
(Indian grass, wood grass), liromus unioloides (Schrader's grass, resc e 
. Bromus carinatus (California brome grass), Andropogon sooparius 
(broom grass, broom Bedge), Hierochloa borealis \ Vanilla, or Seneca grass . 
Sporoholus indicus (smut grass), Agrostia exarata (Northern redtop 
serotina ( fowl meadow grass), P. pratenaU | Kentucky blue grass), T^icuspis 
Beslerioides (tall redtojn. Paspalum hire (water grass), Muklenhcrgia diffusa 
(dog-seed, nimble Will), Leptochloa mucronata | leather grass), Setaria 
l pigeon grass, bristle grass), Uniola latifolia (wild fescue). Forage plants: 
Lespedeza ■striata (Japan clover), Desmodium (tick seed, beggar-lice), Rich- 
ardsonia ecabra (Mexican cloven — Nutrition of plants and animals — 
Method of analysis of grasses — Analysis of the ash — Glossary of terms 
used iu describing grass 

Vasey, George, and J. N. Rose. 

Plants from southern California. Con t. Nat. Herb., vol. 1, pp. ] s . 
L890-1895. 

List of plants collected by Dr. Edward Palmer in Lower California 
in 1889. Cont. Nat. Herb., vol. 1, pp. 9-28. L890-1895. 

List of plants collected i>y Dr. Edward Palmer in lower California 
and western Mexico in L890. Cont. Nat. Serb., vol. 1. pp. 63-90. 
L890-1895. 

Veeder, M. A. 

An international cipher code lor correspondence respecting the 

aurora and related conditions. W.B.Bul.No. 2,pt. 1, pp. 26-29. 
L894. 

Periodic and Donperiodio fluctuations in the latitude of storm 
tracks. \Y. B. Bui. No. 2, pt. 1, pp. 186-192. L894. 

Veitch, F. P. 

The amount of washing required to remove the phosphoric acid ren 
dered soluble by digestion with ammonium citrate at 66° C. 
ciiem. Bul. P.'. pp. 73, 7 1. L897. 

Vettin, . 

The study of the nppei atmosphere by means of cloud observa 
tions. W. B. Bnl. No. 2, pt. 3, pp. 768-768, dins. L896. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 277 

Viala, Pierre, and F. Lamson-Scribner. 

Black rot (Lcestadia Mdwellii). Bot. Bui. No. 7. pp. 29. 1888. 

Voorhees, E. B. 

Report on determination of nitrogen. Cbeni. Bui. No. 28, pp. 11-17. 
1890. 

The Gunning-Kjelthihl method and a modification applicable in the 
presence of nitrates. Cheni. Bui. No. 35. pp. 85-87. 1892. 

Commercial fertilizers: Composition and use. F. B. No. 4i. pp. 
24. 1896. 

Food and nutrition investigations in New Jersey in 1895 and 1896. 
O. E. S. Bui. No. 35, pp. 40. 1890. 

Irrigation in New Jersey. O. E. S. Bui. No. 36, pp. li7-('»t, illus. 
1897. 

Need of irrigation in Now Jersey — Amount of water necessary — StoraL r «' of 
water— Seepage, or return water — Cost of irrigation— Area capable of 
being watered by gravity — Irrigation by pumping— Irrigation by wells— 
Water meadows — Total area irrigabli — Estimated cost of irrigation and 
suggestions tor small plants — I'se of irrigation in New Jersey — .Methods 
and results— Possibility of pumping large quantities of watei from wells 
for irrigating purposes— Irrigation experiments in New Jersey. 

Should milk be sold on the basis of quality 1 O. B. S. Bui. No. II. 
pp. 91-93. 1897. 

Voyle, Joseph. 

Experiments upon scale insect- affecting the orange. Bnt. Bui. 

No. 1, pp. 19-30. 1883. 
Report on the effects of cold upon the scale insects of the orange in 

Florida, Ent Bui. No. 1. pp. 70-73. 1884. 

Voyles, D. W. 

Investigation of swine plague. Ag, Ept. 1878, pp. 421-432, illus. 

Prevalence of the disease— Symptoms of the disease— Duration of tin' <hs- 
ease— Pathology of the disease — Diagnosis of the disease— Its cause — 
Food — Water — Cleanliness — The disease as affecting different breeds — Re- 
currence of the disease — Hereditary effect of the disease — Prevention of 
the disease— Treatment of the disease. 

[nvestigation of swine plague. Spl. Rpt. No. 12, pp. L12-123, illus. 
L879. 

Vuyst, P. de. 

Agricultural associations in Belgium. E. S. R., vol.9, pp. 3-21. 
L897. 

Wade, Anderson. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Virginia. A.g. Rpt. L850, pp, 
224-226. 

Wagner, S. 

Statistics of bee keeping. A.g. Rpt. L868, pp. 272-281. 

Hives— Honey— Wintering bet — Foul-broo< I a d n 

|»a>t in ag 

Wahl, Robert. 

Indian corn or mai/e i in the manufacture of beer. Unnum. rpt., 
pp. 21. 1893. 

Wait. Charles E. 

Dietary studies at the University of Tennessee in L895, O. E. 8, 
Bui. No. 29, pp. 31, L896, 



278 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Wait, Robert E. 

Work of the Department of Agriculture as illustrated at the 
Atlanta Exposition. Y. B. 1895, pp. 503-522, illus. 

Waite, Merton B. 

Description of two new species of Peronospora, Jour. Mycol., vol. 
7, pp. 105-109, illus. 

Experiments with fungicides in the removal of lichens from pear 
trees. Jour. Mycol., vol. 7, pp. 264-268, illus. 1893. 

Treatment of pear leaf-blight in the orchard. Jour. Mycol., vol. 7, 
pp. .333-338, illus. 1894. 

The causes and prevention of pear blight. Y. B. 1895, pp. 295-300. 

The pollination of the pear Mowers. Veg. Path. Bui. No. 5, pp. 

110, illus. 189."). 

Waldo, Frank. 

Some remarks on theoretical meteorology in the United States, 
1855 to 1890. W. B. Bui. Xo. 2, pt. 2, pp. 317-325. 1895. 

Walker. Philip. 

The Serrell automatic silk reel. Ent. Bui. Xo. 14, pp. 52-59, illus. 
1886. 

Silk culture: Keport of the year's operations. Ag. Kpt. 1887. pp. 
1 15-122. 

Silk culture — report of the year's operations. Ag. Rpt. 1888, pp. 
111-123, illus. 

Distribution of silkworm eggs — Production of cocoons m the United States 
in 18S* — Co-operating organizations — Apparatus lor washing silkworm 
eggs — Scientiiic testing of cocoons— Apparatus for making the above 
tests— Indicator oven for drying cocoons— Caliper for measuring cocoons— 

The Blanc cocoon volumeter — Keel for testing cocoons— Purity of race 
among silkworms. 

Notes on the tenacity, elasticity, and ductility of raw silk. I. L., 

vol. I, pp. 309-312. 1889. 
The serimeter. I. L., vol. l,pp. 333-338, illus. 1889. 
The Cecropia silkworm again. 1. L., vol. 2, pp. 28, 29. 1889. 

A contribution to the history of Theophila mandarina. I. L., vol. 1, 
pp.270-272. 1889. 

Report of the Chief of the Silk Section. Ag. Rpt L889, pp. 153-476. 

Automatic silk reels— Distribution of silkworm eggs— The cocoon crop of 

i"-' 1 Stations for the purchase of fresh cocoons Rearing silkworms at 

Washington-— Independent organizations Investigations in Europe — The 

of osage orange in Europe Mulberry trees European sericnltural 

ons European silkworm egg producers— The Serrell automatic silk 

reel Notes on sr lien 1 1 n ic in France, Italy, and Hungary — The world's 

prod net inn of r<f I oil silk — Report on t In- eheniical analyses of OSage orange. 

Report of the Chief of the Silk Section. Ag-. Rpt. 1890, pp. 266 267, 

illu-. 

Automatic silk reels— Proposed legislation for the encouragement of silk 
culture— Distribution of silkworm eggs -The ooooon orop of 1890 Vari- 
eties of cocoons The pruning of iiiuiiieiiN trees. 

Report ot experiments fin silk culture] made in the District of 
Columbia. 11. Ex. Doe. 110, pp. 2-9. 1890. 

The grasserie <>f the silkworm. I. L., vol. .*;, pp. 445 U51, illus. 
L891. 



INDEX TO AUTHORn. 279 

Wallace, Henry. 

Flax iu Ireland. Fiber Rpt. No. 4. pp. 47-52. 1892. 
Flax in Belgium. Fiber Rpt. Xo. 4, pp. 52-54. 1892. 

Wallace. Paul. 

.V note on silk culture. I. L., vol. 4. p. G4. 1891. 

Wallace, Samuel Jacob. 

[Report of the American Pomological Society for Illinois.] Ag. 
Rpt. 1650. pp.397, 398. 

Wallace, Shippen. 

Analyses of sugars. Cbem. Bui. Xo. 13, pt. 0, pp. GG4, GG5. 1892. 
Analyses of confections. Cliem. Bui. Xo. 13, pt. 6,- p. 730. 1892. 
Analyses of honey. Chem. Bui. No. 13, pt 6, pp. 771, 772. 1892. 

Walsh, John Carroll. 

Report on farm crops, etc., in Maryland.] Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp. 
266-269. 

Walsingham, Lord. 

Steps toward a revision of Chamber's index, with notes and descrip- 
tions of new species. 1. L.. vol. 1. pp. 81-84. 1888. 

Description of a new Tortricid from California. I. L., vol. 3, p. 465. 
1891. 

Warner, William D. 

Report on the commerce of Cologne, Germany.] For. Mkts. BuL 
No. 2, pp. 12-4U. 1895. 

lard, tmtter, meat products, fruits, raw cotton, tobacco. 

Ward. H. Marshal. 

Smut fungi. Jour. Mycol., vol. 5, pp. 87-90. L889. 

Ward, Robert De C. 

A winter barograph curve from the South Pacific Ocean. Mo. W, 
R., vol. 25, pp. L84, 185, illus. ls!>7. 

Warder. John A. 

The wine culture of the United states. Ag.Rpt, 1856, pp. 108-428. 

illns. 

( iharaoter of the soil— Position— Preparation of the soil— Drainage— Lai ing 
oil — Planting— Roots, plants, ami cuttings — The nurserj — l»i- ( 
Manuring— Varieti( Wine making. 

Raspberry culture. A.g. Rpt. 1861, pp. 165-174. 

i ender varieties Ever-bearing or autumnal-bearing s arieties — The soil and 
it- preparation— Planting— Colt are. 

Strawberries, Ag. Rpt. L861, pp. L75-189. 

Hi story — Preparation of tbe ->'»il Trenching Manures — Mulching— L< 
earth — Planting Duration Grape onltun ing — Prod- 

uce and profits — Tin' botanical classification Sexual oharact 

The pear orchard. Ag. Rpt. L861, pp. 232 251, 

action of trees Digging Site and soil Preparation of the soil — Plant- 
ing—Culture Trimming Summer pruning snd its objects — Rool prnn- 

Disbudding, thinning the fruil Gathering and ripenii 
Sele< tion of i arietiea 1 he healthiness <>i tin- vai iety l »i-. , 

Warder. J. Morrison. 

Report on farm crops, etc., in Ohio. Ag. Rpt. L849, pp. L76 17: 1 . 
Report on farm crops, etc., in Ohio. Ag. Rpt 1850, pp. 153 156 



280 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Warder, J. T. 

Mule raising. Ag. Ept. 1863, pp. 180-190, illus. 

Treatment — Breaking— Statistics — Table showing the number of mules and 
asses in the United states. 

Warder, William. 

On the manufacture of dour. Ag. Rpt. 1862, pp. 423-429. 

Waring, William G. 

[Report on farm crops, etc.. in Pennsylvania. Ag. Rpt. 1851, 
pp. 241-244. 

Warington, Robert. 

Six lectures on the investigations at Rothamsted Experiment Sta- 
tion delivered under the provisions of the Lawes Agricultural 
Trust. O. E. S. Bui. No. 8. pp. 113, illus. 1892. 

The Rothamsted Experiment station — The circumstances which determine 
the rise and tall of nitrogenous matter in the soil — Nitrification — Nitrifi- 
cation and denitrification — Nitrification of soils and manures — Drainage 
and well watei 8. 

"Warner, Wendell C. 

Report on the commerce of Tunstall, England.] For. Mkts. Bui. 
No. 1, pp. 72-75. IS!).-). 

Animals, cereals, dairy products, meats, fruits liquors, seeds. 
Waterhouse, S. 

Jute culture. Ag. Rpt. 1876, pp.289-295. 

Repoi t on jute culture and the importance of the industry. Unnum, 
rpt., pp.21. 1883. 

Watkins, James L. 

Production and juice of cotton for one hundred years, Stat. Misc. 
Bul.No. 9, pp. 20. 1895. 

Watson. G. C. 

Fowls: Care and feeding. F. B. No. 11. pp. 24, illus. 1896. 

Watt. R 

Report on farm crops, etc., in Indiana. Ag. Rpt. L 851, pp. Il'.">. 424, 

Watts, Fredeiick. 

The Pennsylvania barn. Ag. Rpt. 1864, pp. 289-298, illus. 

Letter relative to inventory and accounts of the property of the 
United States in the public buildings and grounds. II. Ex. Doc. 
No. 17. pp. 2. L871. 

Report of the Commissioner of Agriculture. Ag. Rpt, 1871, pp. 
1-12. 

Deterioration of wheat. Mo. Rpt. 1871, pp. 165-468. 

Letter transmitting a list of the articles purchased and disposed <>i 
i>v the Department since the inventory of December l. L871. 
11. Ex. ]><>.•. tfo.34,pp.2. 1872. 

Report of the Commissioner of Agriculture. Ag. Rpt. 1872, pp. 

Forests and i he public lands. Mo. Rpt. 1872, pp. t>~> 68, 
Southern planting and Northern farming. Mo. Rpt. 1*72. pp. 

207-211. 

Deterioration of cotton and sugarcane. Mo. Rpt. L872, pp. 211-21 1. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 281 

Watts, Frederick — Continued. 

Epizootic among" swine. Mo. Rpt. 1S72. pp. 214. 215. 

Address at Minnesota State Fair. September 19. 18U2. Mo. Rpt. 
1872, pp. 347-352. 

Agricultural implements. Mo. Rpt. 1872, pp. 352-357, illus. 

Northern and Southern farming. Mo. Rpt 1872, pp. 359-361. 

A letter addressed to Harry Hammond, secretary Beech Island Farmers' 
Club, Augusta, Georgia, followed by a reply signed by Paul F. Hammond, 
William Pinkney Starke, and William H. Atkinson, and a second letter by 

Mr. Watts. 

Cultivation and hybridizing wheat. Mo. Rpt. 1872, pp. 432-434. 

Eeport of the Commissioner of Agriculture. Ag. Rpt. 1873, pp. 

5-14. 

Deterioration of American cotton. Mo. Rpt. 1873. pp. 253, 254. 

The osier willow. Mo. Rpt. 187:3. pp. 419-426, illus. 

Importance of judicious selection of seed. Mo. Rpt. 1871. pp. 
553—556. 

Report of the Commissioner ol* Agriculture. Ag. Rpt. L874, pp. 
5-14. 

Suggestions. Mo. Rpt. 1874, pp. .">S-43. 

The Agricultural Department — Agricultural education — Farm fences. 
Blackleg among cattle. Mo. Rpt. 1874, pp. 157, 158, 
Lime and its use. Mo. Rpt. L874, pp. 149-451, 

Report <>f i lie Commissioner of Agriculture. Ag. Rpt. 1875, pp. 
7-16. 

Centennial address. M<>. Rpt. 1S7.~», pp. 440-442. 

Delivered upon the occasion of breaking ground for the erection of agricul- 
tural hall, preparatory t<> the celebration of the Centennial. 

The desiccation <>f fruits and vegetables. Mo. Rpt. 1875, pp. 
507-509, illus. 

List of agricultural societies and farmers' clubs established t<> pro 
mote the agricultural, horticultural, and poniological intei 
of the fanner, on the hooks of the Department of Agriculture, 
July i. l^Th. being the Centennial yeai of American [ndepend 
ence: together with a list of agricultural colleges. Dnnum. rpt., 
pp. 63, L876. 

Report ot* the Commissioner of Agriculture. Ag, Rpt. L876, pp. 
7-15, 

Gross-breeding of grain. .Mo. Rpt. L876, pp. 191,192, 

A new process of utilizing cotton. Mo. Rpt, 1876, pp. loo U)2, 

"Watts, James H 

Fruit report from New York. Ag, Rpt. L852, pp. 39 1 5, 

Watts, R. L. 

Onion culture. F. B, So. 39, pp. 31, illus. L896. 

Weaver, Willis 

Remarks on entice and cinchona. Ag, Rpt. 1879, pp. 31 34. 



282 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Webb, Wesley. 

Sheep husbandry in Delaware. Misc. Spl. Rpt. No. 2, pp. 172, 173. 
1883. 

Webb, William 

Making sugar from cornstalks. Ag. Rpt. 1845, pp. 921-923. 

Webber, Herbert J. 

Fertilization of the soil as affecting the orange in health and dis- 
ease. Y. B. 1S9T, pp. 193-202, illus. 

Fertilizing for growth and fruit — Effect cm quality of fruit — Effect on soil 
moisture — Effect on nitrogen — Injurious action of muck — Stable manure 
of doubtful utility — Mineral nitrogen — Potash fertilizers— Phosphoric 
acid— Lime— Fertilization as affecting disease — Die-back — Die-back a dis- 
ease of indigestion — Mal-di-gomma — Insect diseases — Summary. 

Preliminary notice of a fungous parasite on Aleyrodes citri. Jour. 
Myeol., vol. 7, pp. 303, 364. 1894. 

The two freezes of 1894-95 in Florida, and what they teach. Y. B. 
189.~,, pp. 159-174, illus. 

Record of freezes — Extent of injury to the citrus industry — Disastrous result 
of the second freeze— Lessons taught by the freezes — Restoration of fro sen 
orange groves— Damage which the freezes caused to pineapples — Extent of 
injury to other fruits — Extent of injury to native vegetation— Summary. 

The pineapple industry in the United States. Y. B. 1895, pp. 269- 
28L', illus. 

Kxtent of production — Development of the pineapple industry in Florida — 
Conditions influencing growth — Heat — Soil — Moistun — Method of cul- 
tnr« — Varieties of pineapple in Florida — Methods of propagation— Plant- 
ing— Methods of cultivation— Gathering and packing the fruits — Diseases 
of the pineapple. 

[ntluence of environment in the origination of plant varieties. Y. B. 
1896, pp. 89-106. 

General remarks — Variations resulting from changed conditions — How to 
induce desired variation — Formation of varieties by Beleotion, 

Methods of propagating the orange and other oitrns fruits, Y. B. 
1896, pp. 471-488, illus. 

General remarks — Seedling trees — The seed bed — The use of cuttings — The 

nui -ei j Stocks— Budding — Grafting — Inarching. 

The water hyacinth and its relation to navigation in Florida. Bot. 
Bui. No. 18, pp.20, illus. 1897. 

Webber, Herbert J., and Walter T. Swingle. 

The principal diseases <d' citrus fruits in Florida. Veg. Phys. and 
Path. Bui. NO. 8, pp.42,illus. 1896. 

We! luel. 

Eteports relating to crops, etc j Ag. Rpt. L847, pp. 350 -351. 
Remarks on potato disease in L846.] Ag. Rpt. 1*17. pp. 351-352. 
Report ou weather and crops.] Ag. Rpt. L848, pp. 345-347. 

Webei, H. A. 

Analyses of sugars. Ohem. Bui. No. 13, pt.6, pp. 666-668. 1892. 

Analyses of molasses ;in<l Birups. Ohem. Bui. No. L3, pt.<>, pp, 
703, 704. 1892. 

Analyses of con feci ions. Chem. Bui. No. 13, pt. 6, pp. 731, 732. 1892. 

Analyses of uoueys. Gbem. Bui. No. 13, pt. 6, pp. 773-775. 1892. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 283 

Weber, H. A., and William McPherson. 

On the determination of cane sugar in the presence of commercial 
glucose. Chem. Bui. No. 43, pp. 126-135. 1894. 

Weber, John F. 

Grapevine culture and wine-making. Ag. Rpt. 1861, pp. 506-525. 
Webster, C. E. 

Notes on the cultivation of the Japanese oak-feeding silkworm 
(Antherea yama-mai). I. L., vol. 1, pp. 273-277. 1889. 

Webster, F. M. 

Insects affecting fall wheat. Ag. Rpt. 1884, pp. 283-293. 

Insects affecting fall wheat. Ag. Rpt. 1885, pp. 311-319. 

Reporf on the buffalo gnats. Ent. Bui. No. 14, pp. 29-39. 1886. 

Insects affecting small grains and grasses. Ag. Rpt. 1886, pp. 
573-582. 

Report of experiments [entomological at Lafayette, Indiana. Ent. 
Bnl. No. 11, pp. 9-22. 1880. 

Results of various insecticides upon imported cabbage worm i Pieris rapa ) } 
native cabbage worm (P. protodia , fall webworm (Hypkantrw U 
Colorado potato beetle (Doryphora 10-lineata . striped encumber beetle 
Diabrotica vittata), margined blister beetle (Epioauta oinerea . ants, 
lettuce aphis (Siphonophra lactucce), woolly aphis (Schizoneura lanigera 
m&Glyphina eragrostidii), apple aphis (Aphis malt), apple leaf skeleton- 
i/.er, (Pempelia hammondi I, yellow-necked caterpillar {Datana ministra i. 

A record of some experiments relating to the effect of the punc- 
ture of some bemipterous insects upon shrubs, fruits, and grains, 
1S86. Ent. Bui. No. L3, pp. 54-58. 1887. 

Report upon the season's observations, and especially upon corn 
insert-. Ag. Rpt. L887, pp. 147-154. 

Experiments in rearing the plum curculio [Conotraehelus nenu- 
phar) from plums and other fruits. Ag. Rpt. L888, pp. 7s 79, 
illus. 

Little known enemies of the potato plant in New York, I. L., vol. 

1. pp. 1.77. 157, 1888. 

Simulium, or buffalo gnats. 4th and 5th Rpts. B. A. I., pp. 156- 
kU5. L889. 

Notes on a Bpecies of Bryonia infesting dwellings. I. L., vol. l. 
pp. 277-279. L8S9. 

Notes upon the Longevity of the early >f /:i>m-i<< quadri- 

maculata. I. L., vol L, p. 339. L889, 

Notes on some injurious and beneficial insects of Australia and 
(mania. I. L., vol. L, pp. 361- 364. L8S9. 

Notes on some species of insects which affect the upper portion <>f 
the stems of some grasses. I. L., vol. l, pp. 372 374. L889. 

The effect of arsenical insecticides upon the honej bee, I. L., vol, 

2, pp. 34, 85. L889, 

Does the wheat-stem maggot Heromyza amerieana discriminate 

between varieties of W lieat I 1. I... VOl. 2, p. 87. 1 889, 

Dynastet tityus in Indiana. 1. L.. vol. 2, p. 89, 1889. 



284 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Webster. F. M. — Continued. 

The field cricket destroying strawberries. I. L., vol. 2, p. 80. 1SS9. 

Notes on the breeding and other habits of some species of Curcu- 
lionida- especially of the genus Tyloderma. I. L.. vol. 2, pp. 
109-112. 1889. 

Life history of one of the corn bill-bugs. I. L., vol. 2, pp. 1*>2-134, 
illus. 1889. 

Adults of the American Cimbex injuring the willow and cotton- 
wood in Nebraska. I. L., vol. 2, pp. 228-230, illus. 1890. 

Insects affecting salsify. I. L., vol. 2, pp. 255, 256. 1890. 

A case of excessive parasitism. 1. L., vol. 2, pp. 256, 257. 1890. 

Some hitherto unrecorded enemies of raspberries and blackberries. 
I. L.. vol. 2, pp. 257, 258. 1890. 

A podurid which destroys the red rust of wheat. I. L., vol. 2. pp. 
259, 2(H). 1890. 

Experiments with the plum curculio. 1. L., vol. 2, pp. 305-310. 

1890. 

A Khizococcus on grass in Indiana. I. L., vol. 2. pp. 32(1, 327. 1 890, 

An aphis attacking carrots. I. L., vol. 2, pp. 328, 329. L890, 

Notes on a species of necrophagous diptera. I. L., vol. 2. pp. 
250-358. 1890. 

An experiment with Coccinelli(be in the conservator. I. L., vol. 2, 
pp. 363, 364. 1890. 

Larvae of a crane fly destroying young wheat in Indiana. 1. L., 
vol 3, pp. 12-14. 1890. 

Army worm notes. I. L . vol. 3, pp. 112, 113. 1890. 

Notes on garden insects. 1. L., vol, •"», pp. 1 18-151. 1890. 

Notes upon some insects affecting corn. 1. L., vol.3, pp. 159, 160. 
L890. 

Clivinia impresHfrons, ZAgyruB rugiceps, Euphoria tepulchralis, Sphenophorm 
oohreu8 f Calocoris rapidus, Nysius %ngu8tatu8 f Orchetimum vulgare. 

Further observations on the parasitism of Datana angusii. 1. L., 

vol. :;, p. 171. is m. 

Lepidopterological notes. 1. I.., vol. 2, pp.382, 383. 1890. 

Report of observations upon insects affecting grains. Ent. Bui. 
\n. 22, pp. 12-72, illus. 1890. 

Wheal ti.iw worm (Itoaoma tritici), wheal stem maggol i tferomyza <nn<ri- 
<(iini,. Wen tern striped cutworm (Agrotit herilu , armj worm \ /.> n<<tni<i 
unipuncta -, fall army \\ orm I / aphygmajrugipt i <i<t . a Dew oul worm ( /"/>< rina 
I iiadriia] ttipata), white grub (Laohnoiterna Bpp.), varying anomala i l«o- 
mala variant), wheal wireworm I igriotes mancus), twelve-spotted diabro- 
fcica i IHabrotioa 12-punctata), swamp iphenophorna (Sphenopkorus oohreu8)t 
chinch bo leuoopterui . mam aphis (Siphonophora avena , 

Report on some of the insects affecting cereal crops. Ent. Bui. No. 
'.;. pp. <;.; 79. 1891. 

Notes on fruit tree insects. 1. I... vol. ■">, pp. 298-300. 1891. 

Sannina exitiosa, Oberca bitnaculata, 8colytut rugulosus, Melanoplw differenti- 

(I I IK. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS.. 288 

"Webster, F. M.— Continued. 

The strawberry leaf flea beetle ( Haiti gaigriita) in Indiana. I. L.. 
vol. 3, pp. 317, 318. 1891. 

Notes on miscellaneous fruit insects. I. L.. vol. 3, pp. 346, 346. 
1891. 

The downy woodpecker feeding on the larva- of the codling- moth. 
I. L., vol. 3, p. 348. 1891. 

Observations on injurious and other insects of Arkansas and 
Texas. I. L.. vol. 3, pp. 451-45.3. 1891. 

Some Tasmanian fruit pests. I. L.. vol. 3, p. 480. 1891. 

Some studies of the clover hay worm (Asopia costalis . I. L., 
vol. 4. pp. 121, 122. 1891. 

Report of entomological work of the season of 1891. Knt. Bui, 
No. 26, pp. 03-74. 1892. 

Notes on the grain Toxoptera ( Toxoptem graninum). I. L.. vol. 4, 
pp. 245-l>48. 1892. 

Early published references to some of our injurious insects — I. 
1. L., vol. 4, pp. 262-265. 1892. 

A leaf miner in wheat. I. L., vol. 4, pp. 290, 291. 1892. 

Early published references to some of our injurious insects — 11. 
I. L., vol. 4, pp. 323-326. 1892. 

Some features of apparent joint worm attack. 1. L.. vol. 5, pp. 89, 
90. 1891'. 

Spraying with arsenites vs. bees. I. L., vol. 5, pp. 121-124. L892. 

Further notes on the food of Limax campestris. 1. L., vol. 5. 
pp. 128, 129. 1892. 

Insect foes of American cereal grains, with measures for their pre- 
vention or destruction. I. L., vol. <i. pp. 1 L6-157, illus. L893. 

Some insects of the year. I. L., vol. G, p. 1^5. L893. 

Spraying with arsenites vs. bees. 1. U, vol. 7. pp. L32-134. l^'.'t. 

insects of the year. 1. U, vol. 7. pp. 202-207. L894. 

The importation and repression of destructive insects. Knt. Bui. 
No. i'. n. >.. pp. 79-82. L896. 

In -ret- of the \ ear in Ohio. Knt. link No. H, n. s.. pp. M -91, map. 
L896. 

Three years' Study of an outbreak of the chinch bug in ( >hio. Knt. 
Bul. No. 6, n. >.. pp. L8-26, maps. L896. 

insects of the year in Ohio. Ent. Bul. No. 6, n. s.. pp. * ;G— 7 1 . 1 896, 

The present and future of applied entomology in America. Knt. 
BuL No. :•. n. >.. pp. 6-15. L897. 

Webster. F. M., and C. W. Mally. 

insects of the year in Ohio. Bnt. Bul. No. 9, n. s., pp. 40 15. 1897. 

Wedderbnrn. Alexander J. 

A popular treatise on the extent and character of food adulteia 
tions. ('hem. Knl. No. 25, pp. 61, L890. 



286 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Wedderburn, Alexander J.— Continued. 

Special report on the extent and character of food adulterations, 
including State and other laws relating to foods and beverages. 
Chem. Bui. No. 32, pp. 174. 1892. 

Report on the extent and character of food and drag adulterations. 
Chem. Bui. No. 41, pp. 64. 1894. 

A compilation of the pharmacy and drug laws of the several States 
and Territories. Chem. Bui. No. 42, pp. 152. 1894. 

"Weed, Clarence M. 

An experiment in preventing the injuries of potato rot (Phytoph- 
thora infe8tan8). Jour. Mycol., vol. 5, pp. 158-160. 1889. 

Life history of Pimpla inquisitor. I. L., vol. 3, p. 275. 1801. 

Fifth contribution to a knowledge of certain little-known Aphididae. 

1. L., vol. 3, pp. 285-293, illus. 1891. 

A modification of the kerosene knapsack sprayer. Ent. Bui. No. 

2, n. 8., p. 28. 189G. 

Weed, Howard Evarts. 

Work of the season in Mississippi [entomological]. I. L., vol. 4. p. 
34. 1891. 

Notes from the Mississippi station [entomological]. 1. L.. vol. 5, 

pp. 110. 111. 1892. 

Abstract of proceedings, Rochester meeting of the Entomological 

Club, American Association for the Advancement of Science 
I. L., vol. 5, pp. 132-134. 1892. 

Remedies for insects injurious to cotton. I. L., vol. (I. pp. 167-170, 

189.;. 

Some experience with mosquitoes. 1. L., vol. 7. pp. 212, 213. 1894. 
Some experiments with the knapsack kerosene attachment. Ent. 

I Jul. No. 2, n. s., pp. 2(1-28. 189(1. 

Carbon bisulphide for crayfish. Ent. Bui. No. 2, u. s.. pp. 98, 99. 
1896. 

Weems, M. L. 

[Report on form crops, etc.. in Texas.' A.g. Rpt. 1851, pp. 345-348. 

Welch, A. S. 

Reporton the management of seven agricultural schools in Germany, 
Belgium, and England. Unnum, rpt., pp. 107. 1884. 

Welker, Martin. 

l lie cost and profit of the Department of Agriculture, Mo. Rpt 
1871, pp. L25-129. 

Welter, Sidney. 

Vineyards and temperate use of wines. A.g. Bpt, L845, pp. 932-934. 
Culture of the grape. A.g. Bpt. L845, pp. 934, 935. 

An outline of an American vineyard from the start. A.g. Bpt. 
L845, pp. 935, 936. 

9elee1 American grapes in the lb inkley ville | North Carolina] 
vineyards. Ag. Bpt. L845, pp. 938-940. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 287 

Weller, Sidney — Continued. 

Success of American vineyards. Ag. Rpt. 1845, pp. 946-948. 

Profits of a Scupperuong vineyard. Ag. Rpt. 1S47. pp. 470.471. 

The Southern system of vine culture and wine making. Ag. Rpt. 
1853, pp. 306-309. 

Wells, D. A. 

Notes on the recent progress of agricultural science. Ag. Rpt. 
1860, pp. 79-140. 

Demands of agriculture upon science — Machinery of agriculture— Machine 
for doing up wool— Improved horseshoe — Improved corn knife or fcree- 
prnning knife — Improved hook for a whiftletree— New corn cutter and 
shocker — Prevention of the rusting of nails— Construction of cisterns— 
The steam plow — The reaping machine known to our Celtic forefathers— 
The forces used in agricultun — Scientific agriculture in Franc* — Com- 
pressed fodder — Value of improved farming — Icelandic method of tying 
horses — Number of horses in the world — fattening fowls — Wash yourpigs— 
Worms in horses— Cinders for pigs — New breed of sheep — On the domes- 
tication of the South American ostrich — Notes <«i the animals of Thibet 
and India — On the feeding and growth of the American robin — On the 
food of birds — Improvement in the treatment of lues — Beekeeping — On 
the temperature of tin; beehive in winter — ( !hinese mode of taking honey- 
On the production of sexes among sheep — On the origin and distribution 
of species in plants— On a source of disease for cattle — Preservation of 
food — Effects of brine in food— Means of determining the quality of milk— 
Blue milk— On tin; occurrence of poisonous metals in cheese— Influence of 
the moon on the weather — Science of the weather — Airdrainage— I drainage 
increases the effect of manure — Advantages of deep draining — Model 
Bystem of drainage— Can sewage manure be made available for agricul- 
tural purposes !—( )n the physical properties of soils— Soil analysis— Action 
of the soil on vegetation— Subsoil plowing — Directions to ho taken in 
plowing — Subsoiling for bottom— Substances extracted from arable land 
by rain water— On the use of dried surface earth as a disinfectant for 
human feces and as a manure— On the essential manuring constituents of 
certain crops — Liquid manuri — Farmyard manure — Quantity of manure 
annually produced by different kinds of fowls— The manurial value of 
Btraw — Salt — 1 low to know good guano — Oh the new guanos of the Pacific — 
( >\ psiiin and guano — < >n the preparation of horn for manure—* >n the value 
of woolen rags as a manure— Surface-manuring — Injurious effect- of 
poudrette — Value of gas waste for agricultural purposes — On the source 
of the nitrogen in plants — On the employment of the nitrogen of the 
atmosphere for the production of ammonia for fertilizing purposes — On 
the source and use oi nitrates in agriculture— Inorganic food of plants - 
< >n the pre p. i rat ion of bones for agricultural purposes — Feeding statistics - 

I >o annuals consume food in proportion to their weight f — (otto 

cake— Nutritive value of different pasture plants— chaffed hay, straw, 
etc. Buckwheat a- food— Brown bread— The value of sorgho a- a forage 
plant— Distance apart to set trees On the protection of plants from the 
frost -On the production of opium in the United States— On the cultiva- 
tion of opium in France -Weeds Destroying of weeds -Iufluence ^\ 
extreme cold on >eeds — On the germina t ion <>t Bceds Prevention of the 
attacks of the turnip fly— Observations on sou ml ami unsound potato* - 
Culture of the potato— On the absorption of arsenic bi plant: — New 
California gum— ^Japanese \ sgetable wai The rice paper plant of China - 
The Chinese grass-cloth plant— Grass of the Brazilian pampas— Austra 

lian net t lea, 

Notes on the recent prOgT688 of agricultural science. Ag. Rpt. 
lsiii, ,,,,. 314-334. 

Novel prises for horticultural societ l o s ( treat ferial of steam ploughs — 8 team 
cultivation Deep ploughing <>n the exhaustion of soils Horticulture 
in Japan— Fruit printing— Tne wiuter garden it Kew, England Ribbon 
flower bed— Cheap cisterns and filters important use of seaweed Admin- 
istering medicine to hones The feeding of horses Bait with manure 
Runaway horses A new oheck artificial hoofs for horses Insect and 
grain eating birds Italian twos -Length of life of the bonej bee Bxnoi 
tat ion of bees to California Societv lor the acclimatization of animaia 



288 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Wells, D. A.— Continued. 

The acclimatization of the alpaca and the llama — Productiveness of fowls — 
Coring rancid battel — Changes in e^gs— Salt for fattening swine— Adul- 
teration of milk with borax— Substitute for gutta-percha — Sawdust as a 
bedding and as manure — Treatment of peach trees — Charcoal as a remedy 
for diseased peach trees— New Canadian dye — How the Chinese make 
dwarf trees— Sorghum red— Iron as tonic in horticulture — An ingenious 
method <>f killing slogs— Benzine for plants— To treat potatoes and pre- 
vent rot — Storing potatoes— Preservation of potatoes — Keep house plants 
clean — Preservation of grapes ami other fruit. 

Wendell, Herman. 

Report on pomology for the State of New York. Ag. Rpt. 1849, 
pp. 1 15-451. 

Wendell, T.. Jr. 

[Report od farm crops, etc., in Connecticut.] Ag. Rpt. 1852, 
pp. 162, 1G3. 

Wentworth. C. C. 

Country road bridges. Road Inq. Bnl. Xo. 11. pp. 18-51. 1895. 

Wentworth. George T. 

Report on farm crops, etc.. in New Hampshire.] Ag. Kpt. 1851. 
pp. 1 HJ-1 18. 

Wentz, Alexander. 

Report od farm crops, etc., in New Jersey. Ag. Kpt.. 1851, pn. 
232-234. 

West, Robert A. 

Fresh and salt water aqnaria. Ag. Rept. 1864, pp. 446-470, illns. 

Weston. Eusebius. 

Report on farm crops, etc. in Maine Ag. Rpt. 1850, pp. 248-253. 
Report od farm crops, etc., in Maine.) Ag, Upt. 1852, pp. 124-130. 

Wetherell, Leander. 

The ice trade. Ag. Rpt. l s <i-">. pp. 139-449, illns. 
Wetherill, Charles M. 

Report on the chemical analysis of grapes, Dnnum. rpt.. p. <>. 

1862. 
Report of the Chemist of the Department of Agriculture. Ag. 

Rpt. L862, pp. 508-540. 

Chemical analysis of grape joict — Sorghum and imphee — Examination of 
tbejuiee of the cane -Table of analyses "t Borghum and imphee oanea - 
i :amination of sorghum and Lmpnee sirup— Table of sirup analj 
Examination of sugars — Table of analyses of Bugars— Results of the 
anal orghnm and imphee The Bngai l li- wrup— Green bastard 

sirup The oi and jniee The uses <>f the m-w sugar canes— On the 

manufacture <>f sorghum ;m<l imphee Birup and sugar— Nature <>r beet- 
iu.it juice Nature <>r Bngar-cane juice — Nature of sorghum and imphee 
juice I be ohemistrj of the sugar manufacture in general. 

Wheaton. Gtoorge W. 

Cultivation of fruit in northern Iowa. Mo. Rpt L868, pp. 321, 322. 

Wli.M-l.i B. J. 

Meteorological observations ;it Bast Montpelier, Vermont. Ag. 
Rpt. L851, pp.615 622. 

Wheeler, H. J. 

Report on potash. Chem. Bui. No. 13, pp. 17-25. 1894. 
On the necessity of tests for acidity <>n uplands or naturally well- 
drained soils. Obera. Bui. No. 47, pp. 45 18, L896. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 289 

Wheeler, H. J., and B. L. Hartwell. 

The use of ammonium nitrate in the determination of phosphoric 
acid. Ohem. Bui. No. 35, pp. 53, 54. L892. 

Wheeler, H. J., and A. L. Winton. 

Report on potash. Chem. Bnl. No. 47. pp. 14-23, 1 896. 

Wheeler, William M. 

Xote on tlie oviposition and embryonic development of Xiphidium 
ensiferum. I. L., vol. 2, pp. 222-225. 1890. 

Whidden, Edgar. 

[Report on the commerce of St. Stephen, Xew Brunswick.] For. 
Mkts. Bnl. No. 4, p. 57. 1895. 

White, C. A. 

Artesian wells upon the arid plains of the West. Ag. Bpt. 1881, 
pp. 26-27. 

White, C. A., and Samuel Aughey. 

Artesian wells upon the Great' Plains: being the report of a geo- 
logical commission appointed to examine a portion of the Great 
1'lains east of the Rocky Mountains, and report upon the locali- 
ties deemed most favorable for making experimental borings. 
Unnum. rpt.. pp. 1—33. illus. 1882. 

White. Daniel L. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Florida.] Ag. Rpt. 1849, p. 1 17. 

White. H. C. 

The manuring of cotton. O. B. 8, Bnl. No.33, pp. 169-196. L896, 

What should be taught in our colleges of agriculture.' O. B. 8, 
Bnl. No. 11, pp. 75-80. 1897. 

White, J. W. 

Address oil road improvement. Road [nq, Bnl. No. 10, pp. 42, \3 

1894. 

* 

Whitney, Milton. 

Soil features that should be recognized in all plat work. (). B, 8. 
1 in I. No. 7, p. 91. 1892. 

Some physical properties of soils in their relation to moisture and 
crop distribution. W. B. Bnl. N<>. I. pp. 90, illus. 1892. 

Rich soils of South Carolina. Stat. Misc. Rpt. No. 6, pp. 3 
L893. 

Report of theOhief of the Division of Agricultural Soils. Ag. Rpt. 
1894, pp. 199 201. 

Boils in their relations to crop production. Y. B. 1894, pp. L29-164, 

illus. 

Truck lauds <>f the Atlantic seaboard-— Some essential I 
truck farming -Constituents of typieal truck soils— Truck soils <U Florida 
and South Carolina— Truck lands of Eastern North Caroline Truck soils 
of Virgiuis Truck soils of Maryland » soils of Conne tiouf and 

Pennsylvanis Adaptation of soils to of tobacco o soils 

of the Connects ut vallej I < » ' • . i « oo soils "t Pennsylvania- Condil 
soils of the arid region krid and humid re tared Depth 

moisture Hoi winds— Benenl of understanding soil condil 
soiling. 

instructions for taking samples of soil for moisture determinations. 

Sods ("ire. N ». 2, pp. 3. 1 894, 
21713— No. 1 19 



290 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRlCULTUKEi 

Whitney, Milton — Continued. 

A record of the amount of water contained in soils during the 
month of May, L895. Soils Bui. No. 1, pp. 16, illus. 1895. 

A record of the amount of water contained in soils during the 
month of .June, 1895. Soils Bui. No. 2, pp. Hi. illus. 1895. 

A record of the amount of water contained in soils during- the 
month ot July, L895. Soils Bui. No. 3, pp. 23, illus. 1895. 

Report of the ( liief of the 1 Mvision of Agricultural Soils. Ag. Rpt. 

1895. pp. L79-182. 

Reasons for cultivating the soil. V. B. 1S95, pp. 123-180. 

Climatology and soils. O. E. S. Bui. No. 33, pp. 143-1G8. 1896. 

Remarks before the Association of < Official Agricultural Chemists.] 
(hem. Hul. No. 17. pp. 60, 61. 1896. 

.Methods of the mechanical analysis of soils and of the determina- 
tion of the amount of moisture in soils in the iield. Soils Bui. 
No. 4. pp. 24, illus. 1896. 

Texture of some important soil formations. Soils Bui. No. 5. pp. 
22, illus. 1896. 

Report of the Chief of the Division of Agricultural Soils. Ag. Rpt. 

1896, pp. L'.-W-LMi'. 

Report of the Chief of the Division of Soils. Ag. Rpt. 1897. pp. 
153-157. 

.Methods of curing tobacco. F. B. No. 60, pp. Hi. 1897, 

Tobacco soils of the Cnited States: A preliminary report upon the 
soils of the principal tobacco districts. Soils Bui. No. n. pp. 17. 

illus. 1- 

Whitney. Milton, and Lyman J. Briggs. 

An electrical method of determining the temperature of soils. 
Soils BuL No. 7. pp. 15. 1S97. 

Whitney, Milton, and Ralph S. Hosmer. 

A record of t he amount of water contained in soils during the crop 

SeaSOL of L896. Soils Bui. No. 9. pp. 23, illus. 1S97. 
Whitney, M., and C. F. Marvin. 

Instructions for the use ot maximum and minimum thermometers. 
w . B. Circ. c. pp. 8. 

Whitney, Milton, and Thos. H. Means. 

An electrical method of determining the soluble salt content of 
.-oils wiih some results of investigations on the effecl of water 

and soluble -alts on the electrical resistance ol soils. Soils. Bui. 

No. 8, pp. 30, illus. L897. 

'Whitney, Mi't ,, D. Gardner, and Lyman J. Btiggs. 

An elect ileal method of determining the moisture eontei.l of arable 
soils. Soil- Ibil. No. <i, pp. 20, illus. L897, 
Whitten, J B 

Report on farm crops, etc., in Georgia.] Ag. Rpt. L847, pp.386, 
387. 

Whitten, J. L. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Georgia. Ag. Rpt. 1848, pp. 499- 
502. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 291 

Whittle, C. L. 

The forces which operate to destroy roads, with notes on road stones 
and problems therewith connected. Road Circ. ^No. 1 >( J, p. IT, 
illus. 1807. 

Wiborn, Gresham. 

[Report on farm crops, etc.. in Massachusetts. Ag. Rpt. 1850, 

pp. 429-432. 
[Report on farm crops, etc. in New York. 1 Ag. Rpt. 1852. pp. 

209-214. 

Wickson, E. A. 

Dairying in California. I>. A. 1. Bui. No. 14. pp. 31, illus. 1896. 

Widmann, Otto. 

History of the house sparrow (Passer domesticus) and the European 
tree sparrow (P. montanus) at St. Louis, Missouri. O. and M. 
Bul.No. I, pp. 191-194. 1889. 

Wiechmani), F. G-. 

Analyses of sugars. Cliem. Bui. No. 13, pt. 6, pp. 669, 670. L892. 

Analyses of molasses and sirups. Chein. Bui. No. 13, pt. 6, pp. 705, 

706. JSlli'. 
Analyses of honeys. Cliem. Bui. No. L3, pt. 6, pp. 770-778. 1892, 

Wier, D. B. 

The native plums: How to fruit them — They are practically curculio 
proof. Ent. Bui. No. 1 1, pp. 39-52. 1880. 

Wight. Eben. 

[ Report of the Massachusetts Pomological Committee. Ag. Rpt. 
1850. pp.329-332. 

Wight, R. Allan. 

Root fungus of New Zealand. Jour. Mycol., vol. 5. pp. i!»!>. 200. 
L889. 

The New Zealand Katipo. 1. L.,V0l.2,pp. L34-136. 1889. 

The Australian ladybird in New Zealand. 1. L., vol. 2, pp. 1 10. l i;. 
L889. 

The Vedalia in New Zealand— Recent increase of [cerya. I. 1... 
vol. 2, p. 384. L890. 

The Rhylloxria in New Zealand. I. L., vol. 2, pp.384,385. 1890. 

The potato tuber moth | Lita solanella . I. I... vol. ~>. pp. L63, L64. 
L893. 

ya purchasi and \'t<l<ilit< cardinalis in New Zealand. I. I... 
vol. 0. pp. L94, L95. L893. 

Wilder, Mai. shall P. 

On the fertilizers for fruil tie*-. Ag. Rpt. L854, pp. 108, 109. 

The production from seed of new varieties of fruits adapted t<> 
particular localities and t<> general cultivation. Ag. ltpt. 1854, 
pp. 226 229. 

The American Pomo ety Ag. Rpt. 1S70, pp 1 !!• I 

\ i epori of i I 



292 U. 8. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Wilder, Marshall P., et al. 

Paris Imposition report. A.g. Rpt. 1867, pp. 163-174. 

Culture and product of the vine — Culture of the vine in Europe — Produc- 
tion of whit*- and red wines — Manufacture of wine — Varieties — Treatment 
of wine — Vine districts of Switzerland and Germany. 

Culture and products of the vine. Mo. Rpt. 1868, pp. 140-loG. 
A report to the United states Commissioner at the Universal Exposition of 
Paris in l v tl. 

Wiley, H. W. 

Experiments with sorghum cane. 1883. A.g. Rpt. 1883, pp. 423-- J4T. 

The true relations of science to the industries and arts. Misc. Spl, 
Rpt. No. 2, pp. 32-42. 1883. 

Diffusion: Its application to sugar cane, and record of experi- 
ments with sorghum in 1883. CUein. Bill. No. 2, pp. ."5(1. illus. 
1884. 

The Northern sugar industry. A record of its progress during the 
season of L883. Chein. Bui. No. 3, pp. IIS, illus. and charts. 
1884. 

Report of the Chemist. Ag. Rpt. 1884, pp. 19-122. 

The Northern sngar industry in 1883— Importance of meteorological condi- 
tions for the siiL!;ar industry — Seed — Sorghum — < > u r own experience in 
Indiana — Loss of sngar in bagasse — Theory of diffusion — Historical — Dif- 
fusion applied to tropical cane — Analysis of molasses — Experiments in 
Guada loupe — I hit u si on of Dagasse — ] diffusion applied to bagasse — Diffusion 

applied to sorghum — Milk and butter — Report of the Assistant ( Ihemist. 
Report of the Chemist. Ag. Rpt. 1885, pp. 109-182. 

Homy and its adulterations — Kninys — Report on the Ottawa experiments — 
Work on the cereals — Soil aualyses. 

The sugar industry of the United States: Introduction ; 1. cane 
sugar; 11, beet sugar; III, sorghum sugar; IV, maple sugar. 
Chem. Bui. No, 5, pp. 224, illus. 1885. 

Experiments with diffusion and earlmnat ion at Ottawa, Kansas, 
campaign of 1885. Chem. Bui. No. (>, pp. 20. L885. 

Methods and machinery for the application of diffusion to the 
extraction of sugar from sugar cane and sorghum, and for the 
use of lime and carbonic and sulphurous acids in purifying 
the diffusion juices. Chem. Bui. Ni». 8, pp. 85, illus. L886. 

Report ol the Chemist. A.g. Rpt. 1886, pp. 277-368. 

Dairy i Loots Adulteration of spiers and condiments, by Clifford Etioh- 

ardsou Experimenl in the manufacture of sugar 4rom sorghum -Celerj 
cultivated al Kalamazoo, Michigan, by frank Little— Analyses of apples, 
by Edgar Richards Examination of meat, by A. E. Knorr. 

Record ol experiments at Port Scott, Kansas, in the manufacture 
Of BUgar from sorghum and sugar cane in L886. Chem. Bui, 
Nm. l i. pp. G4. 1887. 

Report oi the Chief of the Chemical Division. Ag, Rpt. 1888, pp. 
221 304. 

I Organization and equipmenl of t he Division— Miscellaneous analyses -Sweel 
.J<iin>i>h(t manihot) haul and its adulterations Properties of 
pine lard— Properties of Lard adulterants Preparation of cotton oil 
Properties ol adulterated lards Experiments in the manufacture of 
Bugai Points to be considered in building a factory— Progress of diffu- 
'. it 1 1 -hl;;i i cane Comparisons of total solids determined by saccha- 
rometer and direct drying— Summary — Abstract from the report of 11. A. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 293 

Wiley, H. W.— Continued. 

Hughes — Abstract from the report of W. ('. Stubbs — Report of Hul»ert 
Edson — Abstract of report of E. W. Deming— Abstract of report of E. A. 
lit- Schweinitz— Abstract of the report of A. A. Denton and C. A. Cramp- 
ton, Sterling Experiment Station. 

Report of the Chemist. Ag. Bpt. 1880, pp. 1:55-190. 

Analyses of fertilizers— Production of beet .sugar — Cultivation of sugar 
beets— Manufacture of sugar heets— Experiments in the production of beet 
sugar at Medicine Lodge. Kansas— Production of sorghum sugar — Manu- 
facturing experiments— Eood adulteration — Character and constitution of 
hakmg powders — Aeration of bread — ( 'heinical aerating agents — Consump- 
tion of baking powders — Recent investigations — Adulteration — Classifica- 
tion of baking powders — The "alum question" — Comparison of the differ- 
ent classes of powders in respect to their relative aerating strength and 
the amount of residue left by each — '• J )onu-si ic baking powders" — Regu- 
lation of tin 1 sale of baking powders— Influence of food, animal idiosyn- 
cracy. and breed on the composition of butter — Composition of butters 
sent i>\ Prof. <;. E. Morrow from the Chicago dairy show. December, l vv '.' — 
'fhe food value of sorghum seed — Analysis of wheat and barley . 

Lard and lard adulterations. Ohem. Bui. No. 13, pt. 1. pp. M3- 
554, illus. 1889. 

lieeord of experiments conducted by the Commissioner of Agri- 
culture on the manufacture of sugar from sorghum at liio Grande, 

New Jersey; Kenner, Louisiana: Conway Springs. Douglas, and 
Sterling, Kansas, (/hem. Bui. No. HO, pp. L02. L889. 

lieeord of experiments m the production of sugar in 1889 at Cedar 
Palls, Iowa: Etio Grande, New Jersey; Morrisville, Virginia; 
Ke nner, Louisiana: College Station. .Maryland: and Conway 
Springs, Attica. Medicine Lodge, Ness City, Liberal, Arkalon, 
Meade. Minneola, and Sterling, Kansas. Clicm. Bui. No. 26, pp. 
111'. L890. 

The sugar beel industry: Culture of the sugar beet and manufac- 
ture of beet sugar. Chem. Bui. No. I'T, pp. 262. L890, 

Notes "ii methods of sugar analysis. Chem. Bui. No. 28, pp. 129- 

1 1. 1890. 

Li-cord of experiments with sorghum in 1890. Chem. Bui. No.!".*, 
pp. L25, L890. 

Repor! of i lie chemist. Ag. Bpt. L89(), pp. 133-192. 

Studies on the separation of Bugar from sorghuui juices The composition ot 
the bodies precipitated 1».\ alcohol from Borghum sirups— Chemical control 
of Borghuin-sugar factories -Attica Operations of the Toprka factory 
Con\\;i\ springs — Results at Port Scotl -Operations .it Medicine Lodg< — 
Difficulty of making Borghum sugar in small quantities— Culture experi 
ments at Sterling — Experiments with sorghum near College Park, Mary- 
Land Experiments ;it the Mississippi Agricultural Experiment station. 
Staikville, Mississippi Experiments with sngar beets Status of the man- 
ufacturing iudustrj of heel sugar in the United States — Analytical data 
collected from various localities where beets were mown from seed fur- 
nish.-.! by the Department Charactet of beets delivered to the Grand 
Island factory Experiments w it h Bugar beets at Medicine Lodge Prodw 
tion of seeds S< set ion of "mothers" Meteorological couilitions. 

Report of the Chemist. Ag. Bpt. L891, pp. l 13 190, 

The use of alcohol in the manufa< ture of sugar from sorghum Manufactur 

ing part -Culture experiments with sorghum at Sterliug Experiments 
with sugar beets Yield of beets per t< ttage ol yield of 804 

beets in Europe compared with the results obtained at Schuyler Growth 
of BUgai i>"' t> 111 different paits oi the oountrj Systems "t taxation and 
bounty Germans Austria Hungut 1 Holland and Bel- 

gium— surthui— Denmark — Italy Canada— United States laws in n 



294 1". S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Wiley. H. W.— Continued. 

to sugar— The muck land-; of the Florida peninsula — The constitution of the 
muck Boils— Natural phosphate deposits— Use of basic Blag as a fertilizer — 
A promising butter adulterant — Meat preservatives — Salt — Sulphurous 
acid — Doric acid — Benzoic acid — Salicylic acid (Ortho-hydroxy-benzoic 
acid)— Saccharin (Benzoyl sulphuric imidej — Hydronaphthoi— Tea, coffee, 
and cocoa preparations and their adulteration — Tea — General classifica- 
tion — Coffee adulterations of coffees — Cocoa and cocoa preparations. 

The food value of maize. Ummm. rpt., pp.17-21. 1801. 

Culture of the sugar beet. F. B. No. 3, pp.24, illus. 1891. 

Experiments with sugar beets in 1890. Chem. Bui. No. 30, pp. 79. 
1891. 

Report of the Chemist. Ag. Rpt. 1892, pp. 123-152. 

Black pepsin— Banana meal — Food adulteration — Adulteration of honey — 
Experiments with sugar beets — The production of seeds— Culture work — 
Yield — Cost of the production of one acre of beets — General distribution 
of Beed by the Department— Experiments with sorghum— Tests of varie- 
Experiments in molasses making — Experiments at Medicine Lodge, 
Kansas— Seed-selection work at Medicine Lodge — Experiments in the cul- 
ture of sugar cane — Miscellaneous work. 

Experiments with sugar beets in 1891. Chem. Bui. No. 33, pp. 90. 
1892. 

Record of experiments with sorghum in 1891. Chem. Bui. No. 34, 
pp. 132. 1892. 

••With the collaboration of Dr.G. L. Spencer, Mr. A. A. Denton, and Mr. 
Wihray .1. Thompson." 

Nostrums for increasing the yield of butter. F. B. No. 12, pp. D>. 
1 893. 

Experiments with sugar beets in 1892, Chem. Bui. No. 3G, pp. 74. 

18 ( .).;. 

" With the collaboration of Dr. Walter Maxwell, assistant in charge of the 
Schuyler station.' 

Record of experiments with sorghum in 1892. Chem. Bui. No.37, 
pp. 100. 1893. 

" With the col hi bora t ion of Messrs. A. A. Denton. Glen O'Brien, C. I. I linnian, 

Wihr.iv J. Thompson, J. L, Fuelling, and Oma Carr." 

Report of the Chemist. A--. Rpt. 1893, pp. 169-198. 

Work of the division at the World's Fair — Arrangement of the laboratory 
apparatus and fixtures— Practical tests and analyses Beer analyses for 
jury of awards— Experiments with sugar beets— Sugar- beet Beed dis- 
tributed- Sugar- beel analyses at the World's Fair— Qnsat isfactory results 
ol experiments \ limited distribution of high grade seeds— Experiments 

buyl< i. Nei.i. The selection of mother beets Siloing sugar beets 
Results increased weight of siloed beets Analyses for determining sugar 
content The production <>f seed , t ield and quality of seed — Cost of pro 
ducing beel seeds -Experiments in beet culture— Analytical data — The 
1 1 1 of beets at different altitudes I'ni'av orable climatic condit ions of 
tska Special experiments - General considerations— Experiments in 
the improvement of sorghum as a sugar producing plant — An insecl \ isita 
1 1 mperature and rainfall Cultural work Comparison <>r different 
varieties of canes Selection of seed canes The futnre <d' the sorghum 
industry The disposal of left over seed beads Experiments at Runny- 
mede, bla. Capability ofpiin lands for growth of cane Cane grown on 
sand} Boils < lane-growing in the muck soils Cassava as a rotation crop — 
Tobacco eiiitnii Prospects Wood analyses Tannin and tanning mate- 
rials Resins in pine treef Analyses Food adulteration Added preserva- 
- I be use ot copper and zinc Vessels used — Food value and 
digestibility of canned goods Purposes of the investigation — Protests of 
packers - Miscellam b n ork. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 295 

"Wiley, H. W. — Continued. 

Mineral phosphates as fertilizers. Y. B. 1804. pp. 177-192, illus. 
Apatites — Coprolites — Phosphate rock — Constituents of phosphate rock — 
Direct application of phosphates— Cost of phosphatic fertilizer to the 
farmer — What is meant by " available phosphoric acid'' — Superphosphate, 
or acid phosphate — Phosphate as basic slag— Adulteration of basic-slag 
phosphates— Phosphates in marls— Rules for the application of phosphatic 
fertilizers. 

Experiments with sugar beets in 181)3. Chem. Bui. No. 39, pp. 59. 
L894. 

• With the collaboration of Dr. Walter Maxwell, assistant in charge of the 

Schuyler station." 

Record of experiments with sorghum in 189:). Chem. Bnl. No. 40. 

pp. 40. 1894. 
•'With the collaboration of Messrs. Oma ('air and C. I. Hininan." 

Sweet cassava: Its culture, properties, and uses. Chem. Bui. No. 
44, pp. 16, illns. L894. 

Report of the Chief of the Division of Chemistry. Ag. Rpt. 
pp. 151-155. 

Report of the Chemist. Ag. Kpt. 1887. pp. 181-300. 

Preliminary notes— Composition of American beers, wines, and ciders, and 
snbstances used in their adulteration, by C. A. Crampton — Experiments 
with sorghum at Fort Scott. Magnus Swenson — Abstract of report on 
sorghum, by E. B.Cowgill — Experiments with sorghum at Rio Grande, 

N. J .. by II. \. I [ughes — Experiments with cane at Lawrence, La. — Brown 

coal and wood char in the filtration of cane sirups, by W.J.Thompson — 

in plants of economic value as food for man and stock in Texas and 

New Mexico, by Clifford Richardson— Miscellaneous work of the division. 

Soil ferments important in agriculture. Y. 15. 1895, pp. 69-102, 

illus. 

Vitality of the soil— Solution of soil particles — Decay of rocks at high alti- 
tudes—Translation of mineral matters in plants — Kinds of o 
The* nitryfying ferments— Formation of ammonia— Production of nitrous 
arid -Conversion of nitrons into nitric acid— Conditions favoring nitrifi- 
cation— Influence of position— Effect of temperature — Action of liijlit — 
Benefit of aeration— utility of tillage— Necessity for lime— Seeding the 
soil with nitrifying organisms— Numbers and kinds of nitrifying organ 
isms— Ferments oxidizing free nitrogen -Ferments inimical to agricul- 
ture Pathogenic ferments- Use of Bewage as fertilizers -The Btorageof 
nitrate- -Genesis of guano— Impregnation of soils with nitrates Proper- 
ties of nitrate ol Boda — Decomposition of sodium nitrate — Need of sodium 
nitrate Consumption of sodium uitrati — Value of chile Baltpetei Meth- 
od- of preserving nitrate- in the soil Absorption of nitrate- by plant- - 
Fallow fields I lie sii]>|)l\ of raw material lor the action of ferments - 
Contributions from the ocean — Relation of different crops to fermentative 
activity The relation of humus to soil ferments Determination of the 
act i\ it y ot' soil ferments Precautious in sampling- The culture solution — 
Noting the progress of nitrification Representation of the data obtained — 
Preparation of pure cultures— Summary. 

Report of the Chief of the Division of Chemistry, Ag, Kpt. L895, 

pp. l I., l 18. 

Number and kinds of samples received for analysis— Work done for other 
divisions and other departments of the Government investigation of food 
adult ei at ion Work for the Association of Official Agricultural Chemists 
Investigation of -oil- Miscellaneous w ork — < tffioial advertising— In vesti- 
it ions for ooming j ear. 

Analyses of cereals collected at the World's Columbian Exposition 
and comparisons with other data. Chem. Bui. No. 46, pp. 57, 

L895. 



296 l'. 6 DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Wiley, H. W. — Continued. 

Potash and its function in agriculture. Y. J>. 1S96 7 pp. 107-130. 

origin of potash— Loss of potash during weathering— Percentage of potash 
in feldspars — Distribntion of the potash in the soil— Relative solubility 
of particles of different of fineness — Relation pi potash to other 

mineral ingredients in silts of different magnitude— Distribution of potash 
in the soil and subsoil — Relative activity of different solvents for potash — 
Percentage of potash removed from soils by weak organic acids — Amount 
of potash in one acre— Quantity of potash withdrawn from the soil by the 
moi e important crops— Relative quantities of potash in kernels and straw — 
Available potash— < Origin of potash deposit — Quantity of potash salts used 
annually — Methods of preparing high-grade salt: — Changes in potash 
deposits — ( 'omp<>sitiou of the principal salts — Manufactured compounds- 
Other Bonrces of potash — Formula for potash fertilizers— Kind of soil 
requiring potash fertilizers— Conditions necessary to secure the best results 
in the use of potash fertilizers— Lime as an adjuncjt of potash—Effects of 
poor drainage— The best kinds of potash fertilizer — Injurious saits — Pres- 
ervation of stall manure— The proper time and method of applying potash 
fertilizers— Indirect effects of potash salts — Conservation of soil moisture — 
Influence on decomposition of minerals — Protection.against frost— Retarda- 
t ion of nitrification— Potash salts as insecticides and fungicides — Summary. 

Report of the Chief of the Division of Chemistry. A-. Rpt. L896, 
pp. ( .>-l 1. 

Analytical work— Character of the work — Miscellaneous investigations- 
Cooperation with official agricultural chemists — Progress of the work — 
Publications — Recommendations. 

Zinc in evaporated apples. Chem. Bui. No. is. pp. 38. 1896. 

Tbe mechanical analysis of basic pliosphatic slags. Oh em. Bui. 
No. t9, pp. 78-80. 1897. 

The sugar beet: Culture, seed development, manufacture, and 
statistics. F. B. No. .*">!>, pp. 18, illns. 1897. 

Report of the Chief of the Division of Chemistry, A.g. Rpt. 1897, 
pp. 1-6. 

dv of typical soils— Study of foods— Cooperation of the Association of 
Official Agricultural Chemists — Miscellaneous- Proposed work for the 
coming s i 

Wiley, John M. 

[Report on the commerce of Bordeaux, Prance.] For, Mkts. Bui. 
No. 3, pp. 40-42. L895. 

Cotton and cottonseed oil — Agricultural implements— Cereali — Domi 
miimals— Liquors and dairy products — fruits— Suggestions. 

Wilkinso: . John. 

Country roads and road laws. Ag. Rpt. 1868, pp. 348-366, illns. 

The macadamized or broken stone road — The gravel and other road Im 

Plank roads Tbe longitudinal grade for a road Stones on earth and 

el roads— W ate l for teams water bars Shellroadi — Road gutters - 

Country road engineering Width between fences Shade foi roads — 

ting road laws — Proposed system— Cost of roads and expen 
i epairs — Brid 

Willaid. X A 

AiiMi can dairying: Its rise, progress, and national importance. 
\ g. Rpt. 1865, pp. l.".l 155, 

Commencement ol cheese dairying as a specialty — Its history, etc. — 1 'ro- 
ot the factor) system in the State ol N< \\ York, and oapital invested in 
the business Cost of manufacturing cheese in families, etc, — Advantages 
of tbe factory Bystera Objections to the factory Bystem— The organizal ion, 
selection of factor} sites, i to. Fa< fcorj site I ost of manufacture at the 
factory Delivering the mils Treatment of the evening milk— Proxi- 
mate acid it} of milk for tine cheese -Application of sour whej — Size oi 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 2! '7 

Willard, X. A.— Continued. 

cheese— Cost of producing milk in old districts— Old districts unfavor- 
ably affected— A foreign market now demanded — Permanency of the sys- 
tem — Butter factories— Dairy products of the Tinted States — Amount of 
butter and cheese made in I860 and 1850 — Imports of cheese and butter. 

English and American dairying: Their points of difference and 
comparative merits. Ag. Rpt 1SGG, pp. 358-381. 

The cheese districts of England — Somerset and its system of farming— De- 
scription of stock — Quantity of cheese, etc. — Wiltshire — The white has 
and dairy district— Manner of making Wilts cheese — The cheese market at 
Chippenham— Gloucestershire— Cheese apparatus and mode of Single < -lus- 
ter cheese manufacture — Cheddar cheese making — Cheshire cheese mak- 
ing — Appearance and comparative merits of American cheese abroad — 
Styles of cheese demanded — Color — Defects in American cheese— Bad 
flavor, etc. — The prospects of the English market— Weekly exports of 
ese from New York to Liverpool and to England. 

Willcocks. W. 

The Nile. W. 15. Bui. No. 2, pt. 1. pp. 121-142, charts. 1894. 

Willemot, C. 

On the destruction of noxious insects by means of the Pyrethrum 
willemoti ducliartre. Ag. Ltpt. 1861, pp. 223-231. 
Botanical characteristics of the pyrethrum of Caucasus — Culture and gath- 
ering—Pulverization — Principal insects destroyed by means of the powder 
of pyrethrum — Method of application of the powder of pyrethrum. 

Willet, J. E. 

The cotton worm. Cot. [usects, pp.358-361. 1897. 

Williams. C. B. 

Estimation oi phosphoric acid in soils by doable precipitation with 

molybdic solution and titration of the ammonium phosphoniolyb- 
date with standard alakli. (Tiem. Bui. No. 47. pp. 82, 83. L896. 

Williams. C. B.. and B. W. Kilgore. 

( 'owparisou of results by old and new methods for citrate insoluble 
phosphoric acid. Cheui. Bui. No. 13, pp. L08, L09. 1894. 

Williams, H. C. 

Nut trees in Virginia. Ag. Rpt. L856, p. 450. 
Native grapes of Texas. Ag. Rpt. I860, p. 199. 

Williams. H. C. 

Temperatures injurious t<» fond products in storage and during 
transportation, and methods of protection* from the same, W.B. 
Bui. No. L3, pp. 20. L896. 

Williams. James. 

Report on farm crops, etc.. in Alabama. Ag, Rpt. L851, pp. 

[Report «»n farm crops, etc.. m Alabama. Ag. Rpt, L852, pp. 

7.;. 7i. 

Williams. James H. 

Remarks on cotton in Australia. Ag. Rpt. 1856, pp. *_ M .'^ 300. 

William. S. Wells. 

[Remarks on introduction of plants from China. Ag, Rpt L850, 
pp. 160- 153. 

Notices of Chinese agriculture ami its principal products. \_ 
Rpt I860, pp. i«">7 170. 



V. s. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 
Williams. Thomas A. 

Timothy in the prairie region. V. B. 1896, pp. 147-154, illus. 

General remarks— Seeding— After-treatment of timothy meadow — Growing 
timothy for Beed — The quantity of Western-grown timothy hay. 

The renewing of wornout native prairie pastures. Agros. Circ. 
NO. 1. pp. L illus. 1896. 

Grasses and forage plants of the Dakota*. Agros. Bui. No. <h pp. 
47. L897. 

Sorghum as a forage crop. F. B. No. 50, pp. 20. 1897. 

The soy bean as a forage crop. F. B. No. 58, pp. 19, illus. 1897. 

Williams. W. 

Bronchitis. 8. Ex. Doc No. 5, pp. 40-75. 1880. 

Williams. W. L. 

Infectious abortion of mares. »lth and 7th Bpts. B. A. I., pp. 
449-456. USUI. 

Willis. George J. 

Report oi the commerce of Port Stanley and St. Thomas, < Ontario. | 
For. Mkts. Bui. Xo. 4, p. :J9. 1895. 

Williston, S. W. 

An Australian parasite of Icerya purcha&i. I. I,., vol. 1, pp. 21, 22, 
illus. L888. 

Notes on the genus Lestophonus. I. L., vol.1, pp. 328-331, illns. 
L889. 

Belvosia: A study. I. L., vol. 5, pp. 238-240, illns. L893, 

List of Dipteraof the Death Valley Expedition. N. A. Fauna No. 
7. pp. 253-259. L893. 

Willits. Edwin. 

Industrial education. Misc. Spl. Rpt. No. 9, pp. 55-65. 1885. 

special report of the Assistant Secretary. Ag. Rpt. 1889, pp. 

h; is. 

Textile fiber production. 

Remarks <>n resolutions providing for cooperation between the 
United States Depart incut of Agriculture and the agricultural 

experiment stations in raising and testing fiber plants. O. E2. 8. 
Vlisc. Bui. No.2, pp. L24, L25. L890. 

Special report of the Assistant Secretary. A.g. Rpt. L 890, pp. 59-73. 

The scientific work of the Department in its relation to practical agricul- 
ture -The Department of Agriculture Scientific work of the Depart- 
ment — The experimental The remedial— General scientific work. 

Special report of the Assistant Secretary. Ag. Rpt. L892, pp. 67-84. 

Duties of the Assistant Secretary General review of the work for the last 
four years Division of Botany Division of Entoniologv— Division of Orni- 
thology ;iinl Mammalogy— Division of Vegetable Pathology— Division of 
l <>i estry Division of romologj -Divisions of Chemist ry and Mioroscopy 
and the Office of Experiment Stations Office of Fiber Investigations— 
Artesian wells and irrigation -Conclusion. 

Report of the Assistant Secretary. Ag. Rpt. L891, pp. 65-81. 
1 ooperation of the Department «>r Agriculture with the educational forces 
in the United States relating to agriculture The general field Forces 
fostered wholly or in part i>\ the General Gover >nl -The forces sus- 
tained in whole oi iii part bj the States— Organizations of a voluntary 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 299 

Willits, Edwin — Continued. 

character — The press and the literature especially devoted To agriculture — 
Cooperation of the forces — Matters genera] to the whole country — What 
the Department can hetter perforin than any other agency— What the 
I lepartinent should not do except incidentally. 

[Address before the Association of Official Agricultural Chemists.] 
Client. Bui. No. 35, pp. 98-100. 1892. 

Special report of the Assistant Secretary . Ag. Rpt. 1893, pp. 53-86, 

The World's Columbian Exposition — Origin of the Exposition — ( haracter 
and control of the Exposition — The Government Exhibit — Hoard of man- 
agement for Government Exhibit : Its members, its powers, and its work — 
Scope of the Government Exhibit — Exhibit of the United state- Depart- 
ment of Agriculture at the World's Columbian Exposition — Funds allotted 
to the Department — Nature of the Department's exhibit— Functions of the 
Department — The cereal collection — Collections of tobacco and wool — The 
cotton exhibit — Work of the special agents — Desirability of comprehensive 
monographs — The disposition of Government exhibits — Practical sugges- 
tions — Acknowledgments — Exhibit of the Weather Bureau — Exhibit of 
the Bureau of Animal Industry — Exhibit of the Bureau ot'Chem a 
Exhibit of the Division of Entomology — Exhibit of the Division of Orni- 
thology and Mammalogy— Exhibit of the Division of Botany — Exhibit of 
the Division of Vegetable Pathology— Exhibit of the Division of Pomol- 
ogy — Exhibit of the 1 division of Forestry— The Cooperative Exhibit of the 
Office of Experiment station and of Agricultural ( Colleges and Experiment 
Stations— Exhibit of the office of Tiber Investigations— Exhibit of the 
Division of Illustrations — Exhibits of other Divisions. 

[Good roads.] O. E. S. Bui. No. 1 1, pp. 21-23. 1893. 

Wills, Thomas. 

Hospital gardening. M<>. Upt. L865, pp. L2, 13. 

Wilson, Lawrence. 

Condition of the live stock industry west of the Mississippi. 2d 
Rpt. B. A. [., pp. 129-433. L886. 

Wilson. James. 

Report of the Secretary of Agriculture, Ag. Rpt. l s '.»7. pp. v-liv. 

Objects of the Department— Scope of the Department work — Animal prod- 
acts and foreign markets— Experiments with Bngar beets— Opportunities 
for new industries Advance in seed distribution— Need of qualified agents 
in foreign countries— Grasses and forage plants — The Department scien- 
tists and their work — The world's markets for farmers— Experimental 
exports of butter— The problem <>f the farmer's home— Bureau and divi- 
sions. 

Winfree. Philip. 

Culture of indigo. Ag. Rpt. L845, pp. 974, 975. 

Wing, H. H. 

The dairy industry of the United states, ith and 5th Rpts. B. A. 1.. 
pp, 387 104. L889. 

special points bearing on feeding experiments. O, B. s. Bui, No. 
3, pp. 93, 94. L891. 

Winton. A. L. 

On the use of sodium chloride in the Lindo-Gladding method of 
determining potash. Uhem, Bui. No. 31, pp. lis L60, 1891, 

Reporl on dairy products. Chem. Bui, No. 38, pp. 92 i ,,n . L893, 

The Babcock gravimetric method for the determination of solids 

and fat in mill; - Drying with asbe8tOS in a perforated metal 

cylinder . ( 'hem. Bui. No. 38, p, 1 19, 1 9 



U. s. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 
Wintoii, A. L.— Continued. 

Does cream lose fat on keeping for a long time with and without 
bichromate of potash 1 Ohem. Bui. No. 43, pp. 192, L93. 1894. 

Report on potash. Ohem. Bui. No. 49, pp. 27-41. 18!>7. 

Winton. A. L.. and H. J. Wheeler. 

Report on potash. Ohem. Bui. No. 47, pp. 14-23. 1896. 

Wiscom, Samuel. 

Report on farm crops, etc., in Pennsylvania.] Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp. 
260-262. 

Wolfmger, John F. 

Greeu manuring and manures. Ag. Ept. 18G4, pp. 299-328. 

Ancient green manuring — Modern green manuring— Green mannrial plants 
and grasses— American green mannrial plants and grasses— Preparation 

of ><>i 1 and seeding for a green mannrial crop — Pasturing of green nia- 
nurial crop — Howing down of green mannrial crop— Depth of plowing 
down— Benefits derivable from green manuring — Why green manurings 
are beneficial — What the best agricultural writers say of green manures 
—Objections to green manuring. 

Indian corn culture. Ag. Rpt, 1866, pp. 215-224. 

Soil— Preparation oi soil— Selection and preparation of seed — Time and 
depth of planting corn. etc. — After-culture of corn— Manuring corn — 
Harvesting corn and corn fodder — Corn fodder and corn meal food — Yari- 

. el ies of corn. 

Wolford, H. L 

On the importation and protection of useful birds. Ag. Rpt. L853, 

pp. 71-7 1. 

Woll, F. W. 

Notes on agricultural education in the Scandinavain countries. 
(). E. s. Circ. No. 32, pp. 15-17. 1896. 

Sugar beel experiments in Wisconsin in 1891. Chein. Bui. No, 33, 
pp. 90-111. 1892. 

Woll, F. W., and George L Teller. 

Report on analysis of cattle foods. Ghem. Bui. No. 38, pp. 122-135, 

Wollny, Ewald. 

The relation of the physical properties of the soil to the cultivation 
of plants. E. S. It., vol. 4, pp. 528-543, and 627-641. L893. 

The physical properties of the soil. B. 8. R., vol. 6, pp. 7»>i-774. 

and 333 863, and '.'is 963, illus. L895. 

The principal soil constituents — General physical properties of the soil con- 
stituents and of llie .soil ;is ,i whole- I hr behavior of the soil low.ii.i 

u.itri The behavioi of the sod toward air and gases— The behavior oi 

tin- soil toward heal , 

Wood, Leonai d 

Irrigation of deserl laud in Arizona. 8. Rpt. No. 928, pt. 3, pp, 184, 

W5, is: to. 

Wood, Samuel 

Report on farm crops, etc., in Now York. A.g. Rpt. 1850, pp, 
313 315. 

Wood Samuel n 

Report on farm crops, etc. in Ohio. Ag, Rpt, 1851, pp. 384-386. 

Woodfoid, E S 

Pish culture. Mo. Rpt, l s <i!». pp. 376,377. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 301 

Woodhull, M. V. 

The creation of a bureau of information and exchanges in the 
Department of Agriculture. .Misc. Spl. Kpt. No. 9, pp. ( .<u-!>7. 
1885. 

Woods, Albert F. 

Principles of pruning ami care of wounds in woody plants. V. 15. 
1895, pp. 257-268, illus. 

General Btrnctnre of woody plants — The root — Root pruning— Top pruning — 
Natural pruning — Pruning fruit trees — Overbearing — Pruning for 
ble growth— Healing of wounds on ^teni and branches— Receipts foi 
ing wax, etc.. used in pruning. 

Woods, Albert F.. and B T. Galloway. 

Water as a factor in the growth of plants. Y. 1>. 1>!>4. pp. 165-176, 
illus. 

Water in green plants — Relation of root development to water supply — 
Structure of tin- plantand how it obtains water — Lo-s of water by evap- 
oration from tin- foliagi — Controlling evaporation — Summary. 

Diseases of shade ami ornamental trees. X". B. 1896, pp. 237-254, 
illus. 

General remarks— Diseases due to -oil conditions — Diseases due to atmos- 
pheric conditions — Fungous diseases. 

Woo«ls. diaries D. 

The comparative composition of American ami European beef. 
4th and 5th Rpts. B.A. I., pp. 126-428. L889. 

Feeding stuffs low in carbohydrates. Chem. Bui. No. 31, pp. 34-36. 
1891. 

Bleats: Composition ami cooking. F. B. No. 34, pp. 29, illus.. 1896, 

Woods. Charles D . and W. O. Atwater. 

The chemical composition of American food materials. (>. E. S. 
Bui. No. 28, pp. 47, illus. 18! 

Comments on the dietary studies at the University of Tennessee 
o. B. s. Bui. No. 29, pp. 33-45. 1896. 

Comments on tin* food investigations al the I rniversity <>i Missouri 
(>. !•:. s. Bui. So. 31, pp. 21-24. L896. 

Dietary studies in New York City iu 1895 and L896. O. E. 8. BuL 
NO. 16, pp. 117. L898. 

Woods, Charles D . W. O. Atwater. and P. G. Benedict. 

Report of the preliminary investigations on the metabolism of 
nitrogen and carbon in the human organism with a respiration 
calorimeter <>f special construction. O. E. 8. Bui. No. 44, pp. 64, 
illus. 1897. 

Woodward, Charles S. 

Meteorological record for 1851 near Beaver Brook, New ITork, \ _ 
Kpt. 1851, pp.626 6 

Woodward. J. J. 

The pathological anatomy and histology of the respiratory organs 
in the pleuropneumonia of cattle. Dis. Cattle, pp. 64-72, L871. 

Woodworth, C. W. 

The laboratory method of experimentation entomological . 1. 1... 
vol 3, pp. 266-269. L891. 



302 U. s. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Word. James. 

Report on farm crops, etc., in Mississippi. Ag. lint. 1850. pp. 
321-323. 

Worthington. Charles. 

Report of the Statistician. Ag. Rpt. 1878, pp. 257^320. 

The crops <>t' L878— Condition of farm animals — Prices of farm animals — 
Farm labor and wages— Our agricultural exports — Wheat production in 
the United States — Corn production in the United States— Distribution of 
our agricultural exports — Market prices of farm products for 1878 — Live 
>t'M-k markets — Pork-packing in the West: in the East: on the Pacific 
Slope — European statistics. 

Report of the Statistician. Ag. Rpt. 1879, pp. 127-185. 

The crops of 1879 — Condition of farm animals — Hops— Peanuts (Arachis 
hypogcea i — Cranberry — Farm labor and wages — Value of lands — Our agri- 
cultural exports— Distribution of our agricultural exports— Markel prices 
of farm products for ls?!» — Five stock markets — Pork packing — The aver- 
age weight — The yield of land — Cost of hogs — European statistics — 
Average yield per acri — Sugar crop of the world — Cam- sugar. 

Report of the Statistician. Ag. Rpt. 1880, pp. 185-233, 

Crop> of 1880 — Condition of farm animals — Farm wages and labor — Our 
agricultural exports — Distribution of our agricultural export) — Market 
prices of farm products for L880 — Live-stock markets — Fork packing — 
Weight per bnshel in the several states — European statistics. 

Wiay, W. H. 

Anthrax, or charbon, in the Yazoo bottoms of western Mississippi. 
6th and 7th Rpts. B. A. I., pp. 379-381. 1891. 

Wright, Charles. 

Report on farm crop-, etc., in Delaware. Au. Rpt. 1851, pp. 
2(53-265. 

Wright, E. W. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Arkansas. Ag. Rpt. 1850, pp. 

.'»<)<). .IDT. 

Wright, John A. C. 

Country mads. < ). E. S. Bui. No. 1 l. pp. 34 45, 1893, 
Wright, M. 

The Galveston island Texas, tornado. November 6, 1892. Mo. 
W. R., vol. 20, pp. 309, 310. 1892. 

Wright, William S. 

Report on farm crops, etc., in Ohio. Ag. Rpt, L849, pp, 174-176, 

WyckofT. N. 

Alfalfa in California. Mo, Rpt. L872, pp. 296, i'!>7. 

th, n. j. 

Ice trade. A.g. Rpt. 1848, pp. 690 703. 

"ii i. n in nop-, etc.. of Virginia. A.g. Rpt. 1S17. pp, .*'>7.~>. 



Report on farm crops, etc., in Virginia. Ag. Rpt, 1849, pp. 136- 

Report on farm crops, etc.. m Virginia. Ag, F'pt. 1850, pp. 348- 

Reporl on farm crop", etc., in Virginia. Ag. Rpt. L851, pp. 298- 
301. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS 303 

Yancy, Charles— Continued. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Virginia. Ag. Rpt. 1852, pp. 104- 

107. 

Yeoman s, John L. 

Report on farm crops, etc., in Connecticut. Ag. Rpt. 1852, pp. 
104-166. 

Yeomans, Johns S. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Connecticut. Au'. Rpt. 1851, pp. 
173-17.-). 

Yerkes, J. D. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Michigan. Ag. Rpt. 1851, pp. 4<>i;_ 
401). 

[Report on farm crops, etc., in Michigan. Ag. Rpt. 1852, pp. 281- 
284. 

Yocum, J. H. 

Notes on the points of error in the shake method of determining 
tannin by hide powder. Cheni. Bui. No. 13, pp. 204-206. L$94. 

York. Amos S. 

Remarks on cotton in the Island of Xante. Ag. Rpt. 1856, pp. 304, 
305. 

Young, Edward. 

[Keport on the commerce of Windsor, Nova Scotia. For, Mkts. 
Bui. No. 4, pp. 52, 53. L895. 

Young, H S. 

Keport on farm crops, etc. in Wisconsin. Ag. Rpt. LS51, pp. 157, 
458. 

Young, James. 

[Report on farm oops. etc. in Tennessee. # Ag. Rpt. L848,pp.523- 
525. 

Young, John. 

Keport on farm crop-, etc.. in Ohio. Ag. Rpt. L851, pp. 375-379, 
Young, John R., and James De Mott. 

[Report on farm crops, etc., iu New York. Ag. Rpt. LS52, pp. 178- 
L83. 

Younglove, T. M. 

ep and wool of Steuben County, New York. A.g. Rpt. 1861, 
pp. L37-1 II. 

Profits Breeding— Treatment of the biick while with il 
dropping- Castrate Weaning 

ing— -Shearing -Sellii 

Yulee, D. L 

Cultivation <>f Florida tobacco. Ag. Rpt. 1849, p. i 

Zook, Slum 

[Reporl on farm crop-, etc., in Pennsylvania. Ag. Rpt. 

pp, 250 •_':»;. 

Znntz, N. 

The metabolism of nutrients m tbe animal body and tbe 
muscular energy . 1 '.. 8. !»'.. \ "!. 7. pp. 



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